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.

Producer, Executive Producer, Co producing, Screenplay, Production Manager

Daniel García Díaz
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Daniel García Díaz was born in Bogota in 1979. He is one of the founders of Día Fragma Fábrica de Películas ( Movie Factory) and since 2002, he has led its production team as Executive Producer. On 17 July, he commercially released in Colombia his second feature-length film, Dust on the Tongue by Rubén Mendoza, and in August he is releasing Mateo by María Gamboa; both films have taken home awards at various international film festivals.
His first feature film as a producer was La Sociedad del Semáforo, written and directed by Rubén Mendoza, which premiered on September 24, 2010. In its development stage, this film was supported by the Film Development Fund (FDC) (2006), the Amiens Festival fund supporting projects in development (2006), a scholarship for script development from the Carolina Foundation in Spain (2006), the TYPA Foundation of Argentina (2006), Ibermedia projects in development (2007), the FDC in the category of Production of Feature Films (2007), a Production Course in Nantes, France with the Festival of the Three Continents (2007), the Visions Sud Est Fund for Production, and the L'Atelier du Festival of the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. It also won the Production Award from the World Cinema Fund of the Berlin Festival in Germany, the Production Award from Ibermedia (Spain), and the Production Award from Fonds Sus (France).

With Día Fragma, in late 2013 García provided production services for the debut film by Franco Lolli, Gente de Bien. Additionally, he has produced Dust on the Tongue (2014) and Memorias del Calavero by Ruben Mendoza, and Mateo (2014) by María Gamboa. He is currently developing the feature films Kayros by Nicolás Buenaventura; the Chilean co-production América by Matias Lira; and the co-production Sangre en la Boca by the Argentinian director Hernán Belón.
He completed three semesters of Electronic Engineering at the Colombian School of Engineering and graduated in Visual Arts with an minor in Audiovisual Expression from the Javeriana University in 2005.

He began his work at Día Fragma with the short film Estatuas! in 2002, acting as co-producer and promoter. His production work also includes the short films Desafío (2000); Alma de Guerrero (2001); Zolof (2001); Una Sombra en el Reflejo (2003); La Cerca (2004); 20 Mil (2005); En Agosto (2008) by Andrés Barrientos and Carlos Reyes; and La Casa por la Ventana (2010) and El Corazón de la Mancha (2010), written and directed by Rubén Mendoza. He has worked as an editor on the projects Escenas (2002), Squalo (2002) and 510 Lunas (2003). He was also co-producer and editor of Cuarto de Luz (2001), ...Y lo Creó a su Imagen y Semejanza... (2002), Sex on the City (2002), and ¿De qué Barrio Llama? (2005).

In television, in 2005 he worked with the RCN network to produce the project El Concejal Lucho; then, in mid-2007 he was hired by FOX (Fox International Channels) as executive producer for the first series that the network produced in Latin America for its prime time slot, Tiempo Final. Fox was seeking to bring together a team with experience in film production in order to have a highly competitive product for the international market. The production design of the series involved putting together a completely film-based team and shooting for 80 days for the full production of 26 episodes, which were also 100% post-produced in Colombia.