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Fernando Kalife was born in Monterrey, Mexico. He attended USC Film School. He wrote and directed “7 Días”, his first feature film, which was a huge success in Mexico, being nominated for five Mexican Academy Awards, and winning Best Film and Best Director at Diosas de Plata, from the Mexican Cinematography Journalists.
His new film 180º is due to come out in Sep. 2012 in Mexico and later on in many other countries.
• “A Summer Corruption Workshop”. 12 minutes running time
• “Aquí” by Jumbo (2000), music video
• “The Mexican Way”. 6 minutes running time
- Nominated for Best International Drama at the Yorkton Film Festival. (Canada 2001)
- Winner of the Bronze Award at the Worldfest Film Festival. (Houston, TX, 2001) Best Comedy Original
• Attended the International Visiting Scholar program at USC from August 2001 to May 2002 at its Master Program.
• “7 Días”, first feature
- 5 Academy Nominations. Won Best Film, Best Director in the country (2006)
- Winner: Best Film at San Antonio Intnl Film Festival (October 2006)
• “180º” (2011) Second Feature; Winner of Best Film at Costa Rica International Film Festival; Official Selection Santa Barbara Intnl Film Festival; Finalist on Best Film Category at Marbella Intnl Film Festival
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