Rotterdam Lab

Rodrigo Díaz

Brisa – Chile


Brisa is a production company that was founded in 2012, based in Santiago, Chile. It has worked with films from well-known authors and new talents. In 2016, it co-produced Much Ado About Nothing, which was directed by Alejandro Fernandez Almendras and premiered at Sundance and Berlin. It also produced the short film Fiebre Austral, which was directed by Thomas Woodroffe and premiered at the Biennale di Venezia (2019) in the Orizzonti Corti Section. Recently its short film La Siesta del Carnero by Valeria Hoffman premiered at FIDBA International Documentary Film Festival in Argentina, and Litre by Sebastián Salfate premiered at the Valdivia Film Festival in Chile.

Rodrigo is a Lisbon-based Chilean producer and short film distributor who graduated from the University of Chile. In 2018, he participated in the workshop Development of Feature Film Projects – Production Markets at the EICTV, Cuba. He also participated as a judge at the 66th San Sebastián International Film Festival in the Nest Film Students category. In 2019 he produced Fiebre Austral, which premiered at the 76th Venice International Film Festival.

In 2020, he was  a producer and distributor for  La Siesta del Carnero which premiered at FIDBA, Buenos Aires. He is also an executive producer and distributor for  Litre, which premiered at the 27th Valdivia International Film Festival. He also attended the Berlinale 2020 European Film Market as part of the Visitors programme.

Current Projects 

In development
Neltume by Sebastián Salfate (Fictional feature film)
Bloques Erráticos by Thomas Woodroffe (Feature documentary essay)

Las Veletas by Antonia Hidalgo, 2021 (Fictional feature film)


Rodrigo Díaz

Rotterdam Lab

Rotterdam Lab participants 2021

The selection of the 74 producers for the 2021 Rotterdam Lab.