Born in Mexico City in 1970, Fernando Eimbcke completed his cinematography studies in 1996 at the Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos of the National University, Mexico. His work includes several short films and music videos.
In 2004, he wrote and directed his first feature film Temporada de patos (Duck Season), which was selected in the 43rd Critics' Week in Cannes 2004, and in nearly 90 international festivals.
In his young career, Fernando has garnered 6 Ariel Awards (Mexican Academy Awards), including Best Director and Best Film for his two feature films, Duck Season and LAKE TAHOE.
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