Andrés Pereáñez

CCO | Creative Director | Postproduction Manager


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Colombian, member of the Association of Associated Cinematographic Editors, ECCA, with audiovisual training from different academic, humanities, audiovisual, advertising and fine arts backgrounds. This diversity of languages ​​and visual discourses has allowed me to develop a personal style and creative sensitivity, hallmark of my work for 15 years, participating in important projects, Documentary and Fiction Feature Films, Reality Show, Fiction Series and Documentary for the main channels and production companies. of national and international television such as History Channel, Fox, Nat Geo, Discovery Channel, Sony Pictures Television, Caracol TV, RCN, Televisa and Telemundo, production companies such as Teleset, FoxTelecolombia, Estudios Teleméxico, RTI and Advertising agencies such as LEO BURNETT.


Andrés Pereáñez began his career as an editor in 2003, where he acquired great experience in television formats such as reality shows, documentary and fiction series, for different national and international channels. After several years of work on television, he edited his first documentary feature film "PIZARRO, UN GUERRERO DE PAZ" directed by Victoria Guinand and María José Pizarro, between 2009 and 2010, later he edited and colorized the documentary "AMOR AZUL (BLUE LOVE)" directed by John Fernando Velásquez, winner of the DOCTV project in 2010; in 2011 he edited and colorized the documentary feature "FRONTERA (BORDER)" by director Rayanier Buitrago. During the following years he has participated in different documentary films for film and television such as “BAJO FUEGO (UNDER SIERGE)” (Color) by Sjoerd van Grootheest and Irene Vélez in 2020; "VICHADA, TO THE CUSTODY OF LIFE" (Editing and Color) by Clare Weivkopf in 2017; "CIRO & YO" (Color and Online Edition) by Miguel Salazar in 2016; "TO END A WAR" (Post-Production Manager for Colombia) by Marc Silver in 2016; "UNA SELFIE WITH TIMOCHENKO" (Color and Online Edition) by Álvaro Perea and Juan Pablo Salazar in 2018; "CLAMOROSO SILENCIO" y "SHOOTING" (Color and Online Edition) by John Fernando Velásquez in 2018; "MADRE LAURA" (Color and Online Edition) by Luis Felipe Delgado in 2015, for Caracol channel; "ASI NOS CONECTAMOS" in 2018, for Canal Trece and is currently in the postproduction process of the feature film "LAS MUJERES QUE SOY" by Javier Aguirre.

In 2010 he wrote and directed his first documentary short film "HEREDEROS", 24 minutes long, in which he began the exploration and search for the deep relationship between music and society, an investigation that led him to write and direct two more short films, "SILOÉ DRUMS" and "PACIFIC HERITAGE", between 2011 and 2016.

He is currently co-founder of ELEVADOR FILMS, a post-production studio and co-leads ELEVADOR LAB, a content laboratory where audiovisual projects are designed and developed, such as "YO SOY EL SON", a reality show for telepacífico broadcast between 2018 and 2019, "BRAVE WARRIORS", reality show for BRAVE COMBAT FEDERATION in the United Arab Emirates and other projects for film and television under development.

He has participated in different film festivals as a jury, workshop leader and sponsor, among which is the Hall of Producers and Cinematographic Projects FICCALI, the Villa de Leyva Film Festival; Rough Cut Lab, Doc Montevideo and Panalandia, Poor Film Festival of Panama. He also participated in DOCTV Latin America V Edition in 2015, as Advisor for the Design of Workflows for Postproduction, in Havana, Cuba, for the Ministry of Culture and the Foundation for New Latin American Cinema.