Mauricio Leiva Cock co-created and was head writer for the upcoming Netflix original series “Greeen Frontier”.
Deep in the Amazon, on the border between Brazil and Colombia, a series of bizarre deaths are investigated by a young Bogotá-based detective, Helena (Juana del Río). Soon it becomes clear that the murders are not the biggest mystery. She uncovers magic, Nazis and her own true origins, and soon discovers there are some secrets that are better kept in the jungle.
Gina Rodriguez is set to star in Awake, a Netflix film that Mark Raso, one of Fidelio’s founders, will direct from a script he wrote with Joseph Raso and Greg Poirer. Raso previously directed Kodachrome, the Ed Harris-starrer that Netflix acquired after it premiered in Toronto in 2017. Entertainment One is producing.
Rodriguez, who followed Jane the Virgin with the Sony remake of Miss Bala, here plays an ex-soldier with a troubled past who holds the key to a cure after a sudden global event wipes out all electronics and takes away humankind’s ability to sleep. Chaos quickly begins to consume the world and Jill may hold the key in the form on her own daughter. The question is, can Jill safely deliver her daughter and save the world before she herself loses her mind?
NALIP has chosen Mauro Muller as one of this year's Latino Media Market Fellows! These creators will be given the opportunity to pitch their projects directly to executives at the 2019 NALIP Media Summit. Mueller was accepted with his feature A FEW DAYS IN THE SUN co created Mueller was accepted with his feature A FEW DAYS IN THE SUN " co-created by David Figueroa García and produced by Doro Bachrach, Leslie Holleran and David Figueroa García.
Our horror show Tenebris created by David Figueroa García and Mauricio Leiva Cock and executive produced by Juan Diego Villegas and Mauro Mueller is part of IFP episodic lab in NYC.
The project already has been a Filmarket Hub TV Pitchbox participant.
Our co - production with Jirafa Films and Bananeria Films "The Cow That Sang a Song About The Future" just won the Chilean Film Fund (Fondo de Fomento Audiovisual Chileno) in the majoritarian co production category.
This takes us one step closer to realizing director's Francisca Alegría unique and powerful vision.
We are happy to announce that Mauricio Leiva Cock's "The Life and Death of Espiritu Perdomo" has been selected for the FICG Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajaral co-production market.
The project was awarded the CINEMA226 and the El Taller awards, which together amount to up to $320,000 USD in support to the project. A great kickstart to this unique story!
Mauricio Leiva’s The Night of the Beast has been selected to participate in the Tribeca Network and the Work in Progress Screenings of the Tribeca Film Festival!
A year ago our team of adventurers where getting ready to embark on a journey to the end of the world in order to shoot our documentary “Time WIndow”, alongside our allies Spacenative and Galaxia 311.
First up is Colombian coming-of-age series “Ruido Capital,” with Mauricio Leiva Cock as showrunner, a head writer on Netflix original “Frontera Verde,” and writer on its “Tijuana” and “Wild District,” plus “Falco,” acquired by Amazon. Cock’s Fidelio Films partner David Figueroa serves as head writer.
A six half-hour series, “Ruido Capital” follows two 13-year-olds dealing with the trepidations of young teens in ‘90s Bogota. It starts shooting in June, with the aim of starting streaming on Movistar Play by October.
Our animation short Mariposas directed by Mauricio Leiva Cock and Andrés Gomez Isaza wins the Prix de la Ville d'Annecy/City of Annecy Award. The carefully crafted animation deals with a woman being diagnosed with cancer and her finding understanding through the metamorphosis process of butterflies
The team has made it’s way back from the 2018 Mia Market with great excitement about the future prospects of this unique project.
Variety writes: “GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Colombia’s Fidelio Films has had a week to remember at this year’s Guadalajara Intl. Film Festival (FICG) as its full slate of TV and film projects has impressed in a number of sections.”
Netflix Original Distrito Salvaje (Wild District), story edited by Fidelio’s founder Mauricio Leiva Cock, premiered on Netflix with great success.
Our series Tenebris has been chosen as one of the participants, this is a Colombia-Mexico project written by David Figueroa and Mauricio Leiva Cock. In the series, a washed-up paranormal TV presenter name Gabriel receives an offer from Maria, who is convinced her daughter is possessed. Upon arrival a series of horrific events lead Gabriel to believe that there may be something truly evil rotting away within the young girls of the area.
Also, Mauro Mueller’s Tiburon Island has received one of the ten speacial mentions, these projects will not participate in the event, but Filmarket Hub will include their information in the program that will be handed to the attendee companies, they will also promote them to their entire international network through Filmarket Hub’s online market.
Mauricio Leiva Cock’s first feature was shot entirely in Bogota and tells the story of two young dreamers who coast through Bogota’s alleys on the day of Iron Maiden’s first ever concert in Colombia. But as it goes, the tickets to see their favorite band are stolen and their friendship put to a test.
Jhonny Hendrix third feature won Venice Days (Giornate degli autori), the independent section of the Venice International Film Festival in 2017.
The Cuba-set tragicomedy is about a couple whose life takes a surprising turn the day they find a Hi8 camcorder and revive their romance.
Dear Chickens is the story of two unlikely people who are thrown together through no choice of their own. The film has been selected for festivals around the world including the Zurich Film Festival, Shorts Mexico and Los Angeles International Film Festival where Philip Baker Hall won best actor.
We’ve just wrapped the writer's room week in Mexico for an upcoming series. More news soon!
Mark Raso’s first feature film Copenhagen made some waves on the festival circuit, winning the jury prize at Florida International Film Festival and the audience prize at its premiere at Slamdance.
We’re busy in the editing room. Alonso Llosa’s first feature The Restoration is set in Lima, Peru and tells the story of a fifty year old penniless man who sells his family's historic home without the consent of his bedridden mother and needs to find a way to convince her that she is still living in her old home.