Leo Fallas 

Founder of Changula POST

Colorist | Editor | Post Supervisor


Leo graduated from the School of Science and Mass Communication at the University of Costa Rica, with a focus on Media Production. He also received a Specialization in Film Post Production at Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica in Mexico DF.


His portfolio includes editing, color and post-production work on several short films such as Bajamar (2009), El Hijo de la 40 (2010; second place winner in the AXn Film Festival),  Irene (2013),  and Norma (2013)—which shared the Short Film Award at the 2013 Film Festival in Costa Rica.


Leo also worked on several features including Password (2000), Mujeres en el Acto (2002), Del amor y otros demonios (2009), Luces de Esperanza (documentary; 2010) Puro Mula (fiction; 2011), Por las Plumas (fiction;2013), Dos Aguas (fiction; 2014), Viaje (fiction, 2015), Presos (fiction; 2015), First Lady of the Revolution (2016),  Violeta al fin (fiction; 2017), Keylor Navas la película (2017) and Scattering CJ documentary currently in postproduction.


Leo regularly host lectures on post-production, editing, and color correction, grading and finishing. Since 2011, he has served as the Academic Coordinator of the first Institute in AudioVisual Post-Production of Costa Rica, at the Center for Technology and Visual Arts (CETAV). As well, Leo was a Speaker at the Editors Retreat 2018.


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