Joshua Gil

Joshua Gil

Mexico

One of the paths of SANCTORUM, is spirituality and a constant exploration of the emotions, thoughts and energy that moves us during life.

Joshua Gil graduated with a Masters in Cinematography from the School of Cinema and Audiovisuals of Catalonia (ESCAC) in Barcelona, Spain. He began his professional career in the photography department of the film JAPAN (2002) by Carlos Reygadas. He subsequently developed as a director of photography in short films, feature films and documentaries while deepening his studies abroad with filmmakers such as Patricio Guzman and The Quay Brothers. In 2007, he began his career as a director of documentaries, publicity and television series. In 2015, he directed his first feature film LA MALDAD selected at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. His latest film SANCTORUM (2019) was the closing film at the 34th Venice International Film Critics Week.