Pedro Rocha is a Mexican film director, writer, and producer known for his work in both feature films and television. He is best known for his 2013 film 'The Good Brother' which won numerous awards, including Best Picture at the Mexico City International Film Festival.
Rocha was born in Mexico City in 1980. He studied film at the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, graduating with honors in 2004. He then began his career as a script supervisor and assistant director on several films and television shows.
In 2006, Rocha wrote, directed, and produced his first feature film, 'The Good Brother'. The film told the story of a young man's struggle to fit into his traditional family. The film was well-received, winning numerous awards. It was also nominated for several awards, including Best Picture at the Mexico City International Film Festival and the Goya Awards.
Rocha followed up 'The Good Brother' with a number of other feature films, including 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (2008), 'The Last Hours' (2010), and 'The Guardian' (2012). He also directed several television shows, including 'La Casa de las Flores' (2017-2018) and 'Señorita Pólvora' (2015-2016).
Rocha's films often explore the themes of family, tradition, and identity. His work has been praised for its sensitive depiction of everyday life in Mexico. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Ariel Award for Best Director and the Silver Ariel for Best Supporting Actress.
Rocha is currently working on a new feature film, 'The Labyrinth', which is set to be released in 2020. He is also developing a horror film titled 'The Curse'.
Overall, Pedro Rocha is one of Mexico's most acclaimed directors. He is known for his sensitive and thoughtful depictions of Mexican life, and his films have won numerous awards. He continues to work on both feature films and television shows, and is sure to have exciting projects in the future.