• Hari Sama

  • Hari Sama

  • Hari Sama

  • Hari Sama

  • Hari Sama

  • Hari Sama

Hari Sama

Filmmaker and mexican musician

Hari Sama is a Mexican director, screenwriter, actor, producer, musician and the founding partner of Catatonia production studio in Mexico City.

He is the guiding light of post-punk band Noble Savage. 

He studied film at Mexico City’s Film Training Center (CCC) and musical composition at the Center for Musical Research and Music Studies (CIEM). From a young age he’s been split between his two passions: film and music. With the release of his second film, The Dream of Lu, he became one of the most convincing voices in new Mexican independent cinema. With clear humanist tendencies, his movies are characterized by their depth. Although they portray consistently painful realities, they seek out spaces for personal transfiguration. 

His films have received notable attention from the world’s most important festivals, like the San Sebastián International Film Festival, Sundance International Film Festival, TriBeCa, BFI London, Shanghai International Film Festival, Biarritz Latin American Festival, Clermont Ferrand Film Festival, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, the Malaga festival, Mar del Plata International Fest, Montreal World Film Festival, Guadalajara International Film Festival, and Morelia International Film Festival, among others.

His most recent film, This is Not Berlin, premiered internationally at the world cinema dramatic competition Sundance International Film Festival in January of 2019 and later in theaters in the United States, with the participation of Samuel Goldwyn, before being acquired by Hulu. It received glowing reviews from the LA Times, Variety, Screen Daily, Out Magazine and many others, and it took part in festivals throughout the world, winning four awards at the Málaga Film Festival.

He is currently in the final stages of development of his first US film, RED MEN, produced by Daniel Dreyfuss (All quiet in the western front) and Eben Davidson (Arrival), as well as creating his first television series alongside Fabula US (Pablo and Juan de Dios Larraín) and Fremantle International for APPLE TV+. 

One of his most recent works as a Director and Executive Producer includes The Beautiful Lie (Volver a Caer), a limited series that is a contemporary version of Anna Karenina starring Kate del Castillo, which became the most-watched series in the history of VIX.  He directed DC Comics and Spotify´s Spanish version of the successful podcast Batman Unburied, Spotify´s biggest global release ever.  

As a producer, he has just released the feature film 50 or Two Whales Meet on the Beach from director Jorge Cuchí, after a world festival tour that started at the 77th Venice International Film Festival. 

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For writing and directing please contact:

Vision Entertainment
Andres Budnik
+1 424 230 3270
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Los Angeles, California

For acting, contact:

Sakura talento
Melisa Maiola
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Visit http://thenoblesavage.net for contact, news and events


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