Felipe Dieppa is a writer, producer and director who began his career in the industry at the age of six. As a child actor, Felipe starred in various commercials, soap operas, cartoons and films, originating the voice of Diego on "Dora the Explorer" and starring alongside Steve Carell and Juliette Binoche in Disney's DAN IN REAL LIFE. As a young adult, he began working behind the camera making his debut film as a producer with APARTMENT TROUBLES (Jess Weixler, Will Forte, Megan Mullally), which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. He then became the Director of Productions at the film fund, Starstream Media (then Starstream Entertainment), and Executive Produced SHUT UP AND DRIVE (Sarah Sutherland, Morgan Krantz), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Felipe has gone on to Executive Produce another six films, including THE WOLF HOUR (Naomi Watts, Kelvin Harrison Jr.), which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival; OPERATOR (Martin Starr and Mae Whitman), which premiered at SXSW; and ONE PERCENT MORE HUMID (Juno Temple, Alessandro Nivola, Julia Garner), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Felipe co-founded Mythologie Pictures, a mission-driven visual arts and production company founded to create commercial arthouse films and ad campaigns that promote diversity, eco-resilience, and more artfulness in advertising. Felipe has been the recipient of an Alfred P Sloan Foundation grant, and is a Film Independent Producing fellow.