Ivan Trujillo is an award-winning Colombian director, editor, and producer. He is best known for his work on films such as the 2019 Netflix Original movie, “The Silence of the White City”, and the 2018 Netflix Original series, “Narcos: Mexico”.
Trujillo was born in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1987. He began his career as an editor, working on a variety of projects, including music videos and short films. In 2012, he directed his first feature film, “The Silence of the White City”. The film was a critical success, earning Trujillo a number of awards, including the Colombian Academy Award for Best Picture.
After the success of “The Silence of the White City”, Trujillo continued to direct and produce a variety of projects. In 2014, he directed the documentary “The Children of the Colombian Conflict”, which was nominated for a Goya Award. He also directed the 2015 feature film “The Curse of the Condor”, which won the Audience Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
In 2018, Trujillo directed the first season of the Netflix Original series, “Narcos: Mexico”. The show was a massive success, garnering praise from critics and audiences alike. Trujillo was nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award for his work on the series.
In addition to directing and producing, Trujillo has also served as an editor on a number of projects, including the feature films “The Silence of the White City” and “The Curse of the Condor”. He has also worked as an assistant director on a number of films, including the 2018 Netflix Original movie, “Roma”.
Trujillo is an incredibly talented director and editor, and he has achieved a great deal of success in a relatively short period of time. He is a highly sought-after filmmaker, and his work has been praised by critics and audiences alike. He is currently in pre-production on his next feature film, “The Painter of the Wind”.