Santiago Bertolino (born 1970) is a prominent director of film and television, known for his work in both Mexico and the United States. He has directed numerous feature films, television series, and short films, and is well respected in both countries.
Born in Mexico City, Santiago Bertolino was raised in a family of filmmakers, actors, and directors. His father was a director, and his mother was an actress. As a child, Santiago was exposed to the film industry and the art of storytelling, which would ultimately shape his career.
In the early 1990s, Bertolino began his career as an assistant director. He worked on several movies and television series in Mexico, gaining valuable experience in the industry. He eventually moved to the United States, where he began directing feature films. His first feature was the acclaimed drama “The Crossing” (1996), which earned him several awards and critical praise.
Since then, Santiago Bertolino has directed numerous films, television series, and short films. He has worked with major Hollywood studios as well as independent production companies. Some of his most notable works include the drama “The River” (2010), the action-thriller “The Contract” (2011), and the comedy “Santiago’s Big Night” (2014).
In addition to his work in film and television, Santiago Bertolino has also established himself as an accomplished music video director. His videos have won multiple awards and been featured in international film festivals.
Today, Santiago Bertolino is one of the most influential filmmakers in both Mexico and the United States. He continues to be highly praised for his work in both countries, and is seen as an inspiration for future generations of filmmakers. His passion for storytelling and his dedication to the craft have made him a respected figure in the industry.