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'Biutiful' sound editor joins Soundelux

March 7, 2011
'Biutiful' sound editor joins Soundelux

HOLLYWOOD — Supervising sound editor/sound designer Martín Hernández has joined Soundelux in Hollywood. His credits include work on Biutiful, Into the Wild and Babel.

Hernández grew up in Mexico City and studied communications at Universidad Iberoamericana, where he met future director Alejandro González Iñárritu. The pair later worked together at the eclectic, Mexican radio station WFM, and Hernández followed Iñárritu into the film business, serving as supervising sound editor for his first film, Amores Perros. He has since worked with Iñárritu on three more films, Biutiful being the most recent.


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