Rodrigo A. Orozco | Producer - Production Manager for Creative Production; NetflixHe is an award winning New York based filmmaker. After graduating from the New York Film Academy, he quickly immersed himself in New York's film making scene. He achieved success with his work in music videos, commercials and fashion films. His work has screened at various international film festivals and has received numerous awards including Best Directorand Best Editing. His music videos were picked up by networks including MTV2, MTVU and Fuse.In 2010 he joined Braven Films, a production company headed by producer Frida Torresblanco (Pan's Labyrinth, Rudo y Cursi, and Assassination of Richard Nixon) and has served the company in a variety of capacities in the production of feature films and themanagement of the company. While at Braven, Rodrigo served as the Production Coordinator on the film Magic, Magic, a Chilean film produced by Braven Films and directed by Sebastian Silva, whose first film La Nana (The Maid) was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. It is a psychological thriller starring Michael Cera, Juno Temple, Emily Browning, and Catalina Sandino Moreno and premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and Director’s Fortnight at Cannes. In 2015, Rodrigo left Braven and teamed up with director/producer, Rodrigo Bellott, to form Kantrr Films. He serves as the VP and co- founder of the company. Their first film, Tu Me Manques (I Miss You), starring Oscar Martinez (Wild Tales) and Rossy De Palma (Julieta) was shot on location in New York and Bolivia. The film went on to premiere in very prestigious film festivals world and was ultimately Bolivia’s selection for the Best International Feature at the Academy Awards. The film is currently slated to premiere in 2021.In 2020, Rodrigo was asked to join the Creative Production team at Netflix. He has so far lent his talents to feature films such as The Devil All The Time, starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson as well as Hillbilly Elegy, starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close.