was born and raised in the Mexican town of Tampico, Tamaulipas. In 1999, he entered the University of Texas film school, where he won an unprecedented number of film festivals for an undergraduate student filmmaker.
Monteverde's first film, Bocho, shot in 16mm with no budget in Alejandro's spare time as a student, won a Kodak Awards for Excellence in Cinematography Award and several international film festival awards. His student demo reel was so impressive, that Kodak and Panavision both awarded him with sponsorships to shoot Waiting for Trains. (filmed in New York the week of 9-11), which won major awards in International film festivals.
Following his graduation from UT, Monteverde produced several awardwinning films, commercials and music videos. Committed to projects that entertain, engage and inspire, the company's inaugural project is Bella.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2008.
Alejandro Monteverde Facts
|Birth Name|| Jose Alejandro Gomez Monteverde|
|Birthday||July 13, 1977 (40)|
|Birthplace||Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico|