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That said, people outside the film industry may have heard of Eugenio Caballero, thanks to his work on so many award-winning films.Caballero himself won an Oscar for his work on Guillermo del Toro's 2006 film "Pan's Labyrinth," which has since become something like a cult classic.Between those two projects, he's been feted for his work on several films, including Jim Jarmusch's 2009 "The Limits of Control," J. A. Bayona's "The Impossible" and "A Monster Calls," from 2012 and 2016 respectively.Caballero is among the five distinguished talents headlining the fifth edition of Qumra, the Doha Film Institute's film incubation platform for filmmakers working on their first and second projects.He designed the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi and said he just finished designing an open-air theater space in the middle of the Mexican jungle.He's also curated an art exhibition, opening this May in Guadalajara, that places 50 pieces from del Toro's collection of macabre objects (shown in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's 2016 show "At Home with Monsters") in dialogue with 300 works of Mexican art.
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