Guillermo Navarro

Guillermo Jorge Navarro Solares, AMC, ASC (born July 29, 1955) is a Mexican cinematographer and television director.[1] He has worked in Hollywood since 1994 and is a frequent collaborator of Guillermo del Toro and Robert Rodriguez.[2] In 2007, he won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography and the Goya Award for Best Cinematography for del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. His subsequent filmography runs the gamut from lower-budget arthouse and genre films to high-profile blockbusters like Hellboy, Zathura: A Space Adventure, Night at the Museum, and Pacific Rim.

Guillermo Navarro
Guillermo Navarro
Born
Guillermo Jorge Navarro Solares

1955 (age 6667)
Mexico City, Mexico
NationalityMexican
Alma materNational Autonomous University of Mexico
OccupationCinematographer, television director
Years active1981-present
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Cinematography: Pan's Labyrinth 2006
Websiteguillermonavarrodp.com

Navarro's directing debut came with a 2012 music video for musician Mia Maestro titled "Blue Eyed Sailor", co-directed with media artist Juan Azulay, also featuring son Alvaro Navarro's cinematography. He has since directed episodes of series like Hannibal and Luke Cage, and was an executive producer on the National Geographic documentary series Hostile Planet, for which he earned his first Primetime Emmy nomination.[3]


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