Matias M. Rademacher is a Chilean Director/Producer with 10 years of experience working in entertainment. He received his degree in Filmmaking & Production from ARCIS University (Chile) and since then has worked on a variety of projects including short and feature films, documentaries, music videos, and advertising as Director or Producer. During his career in Chile he collaborated with renowned Chilean directors and producers such Alicia Scherson and Jose Luis Toerres Leiva. In 2012 he released "La Siembra”, a music video he directed for a famous Chilean ensemble Inti-Illimani. In 2012 he moved to Los Angeles, where he has specialized in short format documentary about the LA Art scene, one of which, “Estampas de la Raza” about the history of Chicano printmakers in Southern California was considered for an Emmy nomination in 2016. Munoz-Rodriguez is currently developing his first narrative feature film as a Writer and Director.
Name: Matias M. Rademacher
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Fu The Dog Productions
Occupation: Author, Director and Producer