Lorenzo Hagerman, Cinematographer (DP), based in Mexico.

Hagerman started his career as a still photographer, in 1991 he covered the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars for the Mexican TV IMEVISION. In 1995 he shot his first feature film as DP for Jorge Bolado's "Second Century" (Starting Martin LaSalle and Robert Frank). For over twenty-five years he has worked as a director of photography for documentary and award wining fiction features.  

His work includes Amat Escalante’s “HELI” (Cannes 2013 Best Director), for which he was also awarded the Silver Frog for best cinematography at Camerimage 2013 and best cinematography at the Stockholm International Film Festival. Other credits as DP include Rebecca Cammisa’s documentary “WHICH WAY HOME" (2010 Oscar® nomination for Best Feature Documentary; EMMY Award for Outstanding Informational Programming; EMMY nomination for Best Cinematography).  

His most recent work as DP is with Rick Alverson´s “The Mountain", nominated for the Golden Lion in Venice International Film Festival, 2018 (starring Jeff Goldblum, Tye Sheridan and Denis Lavant)  

His credits as director and editor include ”0.56%, What happened to Mexico?" which premiered at IDFA in 2010 and received the Honorable Mention from the Jury at Documenta Madrid 2011. In 2014 Hagerman codirected (with Jose Cohen) "H2O mx" which received the Ariel for Best Feature Documentary from the Mexican Film Academy. His most recent film as director is "Still Here", nominated for best feature documentary at Morelia Film Festival in 2016.  

Hagerman is currently working with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology on a feature documentary that follows the difficult life of the American Flamingos in one of the most delicate periods of their existence.  

 For the last eleven years he has been teaching cinematography at Centro de Diseño Cine y Televisión University in Mexico City. He lives in Merida, Mexico were he founded and ran for 8 years the open air cinema, LA68, which was dedicated to screening and promoting independent documentary and fiction films.