Héctor Hernández, born in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. Director, screenwriter, and film producer, founder of the production company Entropía Cinema, and co-founder of No Films, as well as the festival Somos Niebla, Muestra de Cine Entre Montañas. He is a graduate of the Specialization in Cinematographic Studies from the Universidad Veracruzana (2022), and the Diploma in Analysis, Appreciation and Filmmaking from the Superior Technical University of Xalapa (2013). Among his works as director and screenwriter, the following stand out: The Last Cherry Blossom (2022), a post-apocalyptic drama short film with around 30 awards and selections around the world, being a co-production with the United Kingdom; & Echoes From The Blue Meadow (2023), a documentary on marine biology, produced in collaboration with the Universidad Veracruzana and the Incentive Program for Artistic Creation and Development PECDA Veracruz 2022, awarded and selected in 25 festivals around the world. Both projects with music post production at Abbey Road Studios, London. Héctor is currently working on his next projects, including short films and what will be his first film, collaborating with the Mulata production design agency.