Rodolfo Pereira is a Peruvian filmmaker, non-career diplomat, writer, and journalist.
In 2016, his film project Curfew was awarded production financing resources as the winner of the National Feature Film Contest organized by the Ministry of Culture of Peru (DAFO). In 2019, Curfew was selected to participate in the Canary Islands International Film Market (CIIF) from over 100 candidates from around the world.
In 2020, the project was selected to participate in the Coproduction International Market in the Malaga Film Festival, in Spain.
Mr. Pereira has directed four documentaries and two short fiction films in Peru, for which he has received several national and international awards and recognition.
He has also directed two fiction television series in Peru, Gamboa and Malahierba, both with more than 100 episodes, with great public success.
Mr. Pereira worked as Executive Producer for LAPTV, broadcasting three cable television channels with premium movies owned by the four leading Hollywood studios: MGM, Universal, 20th Century Fox, and Paramount, reaching multicultural audiences in 18 Latin American countries.
As a writer, he has published Insomnia, Chronicles of Power and has won international awards in short fiction short stories.
As a journalist, Mr. Pereira has worked for CNN en Español and other international media.
Curfew Budget: $1M - $5M | Independent ⋄ Thriller IN 1980S PERU, JOURNALISTS SET OUT TO DISCOVER WHAT HAPPENED TO THEIR COLLEAGUES, ONLY TO FIND WORLD-SHATTERING, DISTURBING TRUTHS LIE AROUND EVERY CORNER.