Enrique is a visual artist, filmmaker and media executive from Bogotá, Colombia with over ten years of experience working in the entertainment industry and the nonprofit sector. He was recently appointed to co-lead the Documentary Film Initiative at the Shorenstein Center at Harvard Kennedy School, working to support new research, analysis, innovation and provocation around core issues facing the documentary field.
He served as Manager of Sundance Institute's Documentary Film Program for five years, running creative labs (Edit and Story Lab, Music and Sound Design Lab, Art of Editing Lab), leading the program’s international strategy in Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as contributing to awarding $1-2 million/year in unrestricted grants to documentary filmmakers globally. He was Director of Programming for Ambulante Documentary Film Festival in its California edition, and has worked with other arts organizations such as Film Independent. Throughout his career, Enrique has served as consultant and Juror in numerous selection committees for nonprofit institutions and media funds in the U.S. and Latin America, including Sundance’s Documentary Fund, John Hopkins’ Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, Points North Institute, Proimagenes Colombia, IMCINE Mexico and Concordia’s Fellowship Program. Enrique is currently part of the selection committee for the Tribeca Film Festival. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film & Television from the New York Film Academy and a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Film & Video from Stanford University.
His latest film, Alpha Kings, premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2023 and was acquired for distribution by The New Yorker. His work has screened at the Cannes Film Festival, True/False Film Fest, AFI Fest, Festival de Nouveau Cinema, Museum of Moving Image, among others.