Here you will find the profiles of directors, producers, audiovisual producers, actors, technical staff, etc. That by their trajectory and recognition have a prominent place in the national cinema.

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Felipe Martínez

Felipe Martínez is a Colombian director, screenwriter, and producer with experience in five cable pilots and over 50 cable series episodes including 2091, Cumbia ninja, Familia en venta, Palabra de ladrón, Tiempo final, and Kdabra. He directed two chapters of the Spanish series Karabudjan by Antena 3 España and Lynch with Dynamo Productions.
His first film was released in 2007 and went on to become the highest grossing Colombian film of that year. Bluff won the Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival and the Toronto Latino Festival and was also screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. His second feature film was Malcriados, and his third film Doble, a romantic comedy produced by Proyectil and Tondero Producciones starring Majida Issa and Peru's Salvador del Solar. He just completed the post-production of his fourth film Fortuna Lake, which will be released in the second half of 2018.

Among Felipe Martínez’ awards an FDC production grant in 2006 for Bluff, audience awards at the Miami Film Festival and Toronto Latin Festival for the same film, TP Golden Award in 2008 for Best National Series for Sin Tetas No Hay Paraíso, India Catalina Award for Best Television Series in 2008 for Tiempo Final, an FDC grant for script development in 2008, and a comprehensive FDC grant in 2015 for Doble (2018).
He studied film and television at the Escuela Superior de Artes y espectáculos de Madrid (TAI) and has extensive experience in various audiovisual fields as a scriptwriter, director, and editor. During his time in the Spanish capital, Martínez began his filmmaking career with the short film Ticket, which was followed by the short film Club, a 16mm film for which Martínez received the Jury Award at the fourth Young Filmmakers Without Format Meeting, which was held in Bogotá in 2001.
Subsequently, he made Siguiente por favor, a 3-minute short film shot on video and broadcasted by the television program Entrada Libre on the local Madrid channel Localia. After this, he worked as a script supervisor on Los últimos días de la sala Maltés by David Raventos's and directed Low-Batt, which took awards for Best Short Film and Best Actor at the 2004 Invitro Visual Awards. He also served as assistant director for the short film Carla by Amaya Sumpsi.
A few months before returning to Colombia, Martínez directed the trailer for the feature film Control Z. Once back in the country, he joined the Colombian production company Teleset as a screenwriter for the reality show Expedición Robinson Ecuador¿Ya vamos a llegar? and the Pasapalabra contest show. He concurrently worked as an assistant director and editor at Laberinto Producciones, a company where he consolidated his knowledge and one that eventually became his home.
In 2016, his second feature film—a Colombian-Argentinean co-production called Malcriados (2016)—premiered at the Cartagena Film Festival, an adaptation from the successful Mexican film Nosotros los nobles.
Other films on which Martínez has worked include the short film Leida by Jorge Valencia, on which he served as editor. He also worked as director, producer, and screenwriter on television projects Anahí and El general, both for Teleset.
In his career he has conducted interviews for digital media and various conferences regarding working with scripts and has taught storyline development and directing at ENNAC, the national film school, for over five years.
He currently works on his own projects and as a director and producer for companies such as Sony Teleset, Fox Telecolombia, and Tondero Producciones.