Antonio Negret was born in February 13, 1982 in Bogota, Colombia. He is a Suma Cum Laude graduate from the USC School of Cinema Television, with a minor from the USC School of Theatre where he was the recipient of multiple scholarships.
His first feature, Towards Darkness, premiered in competition at the Tribeca Film Festival. At the festival, the film was picked up for distribution by Peace Arch Entertainment and MGM. Subsequently, Negret's talent was highlighted by The Hollywood Reporter as part of their "Top 10 Latino Directors to watch" in 2008.
Subsequent to the Towards Darkness premiere, Negret developed the script for Operation Checkmate. He also directed two feature films - Seconds Apart and Transit. "Seconds Apart," an After Dark Films production, was released by Lionsgate. The film stars Orlando Jones (Runaway Jury, Evolution) as a detective trying to solve a series of mysterious deaths connected to a pair of twins.
Early in his career, Negret directed multiple award winning short films. He also directed two seasons of the weekly television series Not So Foreign Filmmakers Showcase. He has since become a notable television director on shows like Arrow, Hawaii Five-0, Lethal Weapon, The 100 or The Flash's season two finale.
Negret has lived and worked in Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, England, and the United States.
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