Ángel Pulido (Mexico City, 1973). He studied screenwriting and film production in Vancouver and Madrid. In 2008, he wrote the thriller Bajo la sal (2008), produced by Warner Bros Mexico. In 2007, he wrote the remake of the classic horror movie Hasta el viento tiene miedo by famed author Carlos Enrique Taboada, and in 2016 he adapted his unpublished story Jiron de niebla, for which he received an Ariel nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay. In 2015, he co-wrote the acclaimed musical comedy Eddie Reynolds y los Ángeles de Acero. He has also written the remakes of the successful Chilean films Qué pena tu vida (2016), Una mujer sin filtro (2018) and En las buenas y en las malas (2019). His television credits include the series El Pantera (2007) and Enemigo Íntimo (2018). In 2019, he was selected to participate in the Ibermedia Latin American Proyect Development Program with the screenplay Los Hijos de la Noche. He recently wrote the animated film La Leyenda de Finada y Moribunda (2020), and the con-artists movie Lecciones para canallas (in development).