Del Toro was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, the son of Guadalupe Gómez and Federico del Toro Torres, an automotive entrepreneur. He was raised in a strict Catholic household. Del Toro studied at the Centro de Investigación y Estudios Cinematográficos, at the University of Guadalajara.
Guillermo del Toro, Writer: El laberinto del fauno. Guillermo del Toro was born October 9, 1964 in Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico. Raised by his Catholic grandmother, del Toro developed an interest in filmmaking in his early teens. Later, he learned about makeup and effects from the legendary Dick Smith (The Exorcist (1973)) and worked on making his own short films. At the age of 21, del Toro ...
Del Toro was little more than an amateur director at the time this made, but in spite of that he's more than given the professionals a run for their money. Every scene is adeptly filmed, and the way that Del Toro makes contrasts between locations and the two central families is a pleasure to observe.
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“Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”, produced by Guillermo del Toro and directed by André Øvredal wrapped shooting recently and the logo … The Creature Walks Among Us by Greg Kishbaugh It is an indelible image.
After breaking onto the scene with visceral, dark supernatural horror films Cronos and The Devil's Backbone, Guillermo del Toro moved into commercial American moviemaking, directing Blade II and ...
“I like to say that we only make one movie in our lifetime,” says Guillermo del Toro, “a movie made of all the images of all our movies.” In Del Toro’s case, that movie is a never-ending ...
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Guillermo del Toro is perhaps the most visually imaginative director alive today. Unlike Paul Thomas Anderson, with his infuriatingly perfect sense of visual balance, or Alfonso Cuarón, whose Oscar-sweeping Gravity required the invention of a novel, hyper-realisti c filming method, del Toro doesn’t deal with real life. His domain is the fantastical.
Based on our latest racetrack odds, Guillermo del Toro looks poised to win his first Oscar: Best Director for “The Shape of Water,” a romantic fantasy about a mute janitor (Sally Hawkin…