Eugenio de Haro

Eugenio de Haro



Eugenio de Haro is a Mexican film director, producer, and writer. He is best known for his work in the genre of horror and sci-fi films.

De Haro was born in Mexico City in 1971. He studied at the CCC film school and graduated in 1995. After graduation, he worked as a production assistant and editor for various projects before making his directorial debut with the short film “Gravedad” in 1997.

His first feature film was “Tiempo de Muerte” (2002), a supernatural horror film which won several awards at the Guadalajara International Film Festival. He followed this up with two more horror films, “La Casa de los Imaginarios” (2005) and “La Caja Negra” (2007).

De Haro’s big break came with the 2008 post-apocalyptic sci-fi film “Hemorragia”, which won numerous awards, including the Audience Award at the Sitges Film Festival. He followed this up with the dark fantasy film “El Ángel de la Muerte” (2010) and the sci-fi thriller “Los Ojos de la Muerte” (2013).

In addition to his feature films, de Haro has also directed several short films, including the award-winning “Días de Sol” (2014), “Tiempo de Muerte” (2015), and “Ahí Te Encargo” (2017).

De Haro’s films often contain themes of horror, violence, and death. He has been praised for his unique and imaginative visual style, which blends traditional horror elements with modern techniques.

De Haro is currently working on his next project, a sci-fi horror film called “Mundo de Dolor”. He is also developing a TV series based on his feature film “La Casa de los Imaginarios”.

Eugenio de Haro is an acclaimed Mexican film director who has become a major figure in the horror and sci-fi genres. His imaginative visual style and dark themes have earned him praise from critics and fans alike. He continues to push the boundaries of his craft and create unique and memorable films.

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