Felipe Sánchez García (Colombia)

Felipe Sánchez García is a Colombian cinematographer, director and screenwriter who graduated from the Film Program at the Centro de Investigación Cinematográfica (CIC) in Buenos Aires and the Cinematography Program at the Escuela Cinematográfica Argentina. He was part of the production team of Celina Murga and Juan Villegas at the production company Tresmilmundos Cine. He was the director of photography for Victoria, a documentary feature film by Juan Villegas that premiered at the Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI). He was also a cameraman for the feature film Lago de luciérnagas, by Florencia Iwabuti and Samir Marun, which premiered at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival. He also worked at CIC as a teaching assistant to various Argentine directors, such as Paula Hernández, Anahí Berneri, Celina Murga and Pablo José Meza. In Colombia, he works as a cinematographer and director on projects for various production companies and agencies. He is currently developing -dos perros negros y una delfina blanca-, his first feature film.

-dos perros negros y una delfina blanca- — The end of the 1990s is approaching and Sebastian escapes from the battalion where he is serving, chased by one of his superiors, whom he has seen commit a sexual crime. In his flight, he embarks on a journey in which he visits places and people who, instead of offering him shelter, end up dragging him into a fatal night.