Everardo Gonzalez is one of the most solid voices of Mexican Documentary and his work has been recognized in more than 40 countries and festivals. Prior to his most recent award-winning documentary, Devil’s Freedom (La libertad del Diablo), screening in Double Exposure 2017, his documentary, The Open Sky (2011), was nominated for the Silver Ariel for Best Documentary by The Mexican Academy of Cinematography. In 2007, he concluded his second feature documentary Los Ladrones Viejos (The Old Thieves), which has received several awards and honorable mentions including the Silver Ariel Awards for Best Mexican Documentary feature and Best Feature Film Editing, the Golden Ariel nomination for Best Picture and Best Director Award for Best Documentary Feature, and the Mayahuel Prize at the XXII International Film Festival in Guadalajara. In 2003, Gonzalez finished his first feature documentary Pulque Song (La Cancion del Pulque), which received the Silver Ariel for Best Feature Documentary and Ariel nomination for Best Opera Prima, among others. He is currently member of the National System of Art Creators of Mexico.