Felipe Martínez

Colombian-Spaniard director, screenwriter and producer with training in film and television directing from the Escuela Superior de Artes y Espectáculos TAI Madrid, and experience in different fields of audiovisual production. He has directed more than 60 episodes of TV series, such as “Cumbia Ninja”, “Kdabra”, “Tiempo final” and “2091” for Fox Latam Network. He has also directed episodes of the series “Sin tetas no hay paraiso” (Telecinco), “Mentes en shock” (Fox) and “Karabudjan” (Antena 3) for the Spanish market and the telefilms “El gran robo” and “Una anomalía perfecta” and the documentary “El mexicano” for RCN (Colombia).

“Bluff”, his first feature film, premiered on March 23, 2007 in Colombia, becoming the most viewed Colombian film of that year. Bluff won the Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival and the Toronto Latino Festival, as well as being presented at the Cannes Film Festival.

In 2012 he founded the production company Proyectil with which he produced the series “Talión”, “Yo te llevo a Brasil” and the films “Magallanes”, “Doble” and “Fortuna Lake”.

In 2015 he directed for Dynamo the film “Malcriados”, and won one of the FDC Stimulus with his film “Doble” which he directed, co-wrote, and co-produced in 2016. It was released in October 2018.

In 2017 he directed, co-wrote and co-produced the horror film “Fortuna Lake” shot in La Cocha in Nariño, Colombia.
In 2018 he produced and directed the teaser for “Anahí” for Sony, directed the pilot of the series “La justiciera” for Telemundo, and with Dynamo he shot the series “Historia de un crimen: Colmenares” for Netflix.

In 2019, he shot the movie “Loco por Vos” for Dynamo, the series “La Muchacha que Limpia” for Turner / HBO in Mexico with the production company BTF and the movie “Igualita a mi” for Tondero in Peru.

Since January 2020 he has worked as a showrunner for the BTF production company, with whom he produced and co-directed the Disney+ series “El repatriado”. He currently directs the writers room of two series for HBO and develops several feature film and series projects with his production company Proyectil.