Sacha Rodriguez


A producer who is passionate about making films, Sacha Rodriguez had produced a myriad music videos by the time he joined his first feature film as a ‘runner’ back in 1987. Soon after he directs his first TV Show: a Rap documentary on the Jungle Brother's Australian Tour for SBS. Numerous more music videos for iconic Australian groups follow, sprinkled with good serving of TV commercials follow, before he goes on to manage large-scale TV productions, live concerts and major events for a couple of Viacom television networks in America.

However distractions do not detract from Sacha’s passion to make feature films. He undertakes the Producer’s Post Graduate at Melbourne University’s VCA School of Film and Television. Produces a hand of award-winning short films, and jumps onto a Screen Australia funded internship to Los Angeles, working with iconic US Film Producer Don Murphy, before joining the sales and acquisitions team at Mark Cuban’s legendary mini-studio ‘2929’. He begins developing feature film projects with partners and collaborators.

In 2015 Sacha joins Gabriel Beristain at Vedado Films in 2015 and together the lay the foundation for the company’s filmed entertainment division, develop a new slate of screen titles, produce two feature films and one documentary - Including "Havana Kyrie" -starring Franco Nero and Ron Perlman. Soon after, he embarks on the development of the upcoming feature film "The House of Abraham Phillips", in collaboration with the team at The Lan Film Company in Wales.

Projects involving Sacha Rodriguez

Havana Kyrie

Rossini: Cuban style. A lost man finds passion once again in Cuba, aided by music and the son he's never met.

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Faster Than Light

Josef, an unemployed history academic, has to negotiate the worlds of biohacking, time dilation, and high finance in order to save his estranged brother Harry.

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The Foam of Days

Four lifelong friends, their friendship stressed to breaking point endures by tragedy...

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Fidel Up Close

There is probably no other protagonist of the 20th century who has been as much talked about and as studied as Fidel Castro. Fidel Up Close is a meticulously crafted documentary film said to be "the definitive documentary on Fidel Castro' by the few who've seen it in preview.

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The House of Abraham Phillips

Love. Hate. Forgiveness. In a brutal world, none of us can survive alone.

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Darkness Rises

Can the inhabitants of a Fracking Outpost in the bush get away before the sound of an Alien Demon breaking into our dimension tears through the fabric of their souls?

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Habana Sixteen

HABANA SIXTEEN  is set in the Caribbean island nation of Cuba – Where growing up with embargoes, rations and a city frozen in the 1950s haven’t stopped it’s youth from chasing their own dreams or forging burgeoning music, dance and skate scenes.

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Untitled DBC Pierre Project

Man Booker Prize winning Author DBC Pierre is penning a new feature project set in Cuba.    

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