Luis Iga is a Director/Producer dedicated to telling stories that promote social change and awareness about global humanitarian issues. His goal is to create, execute and deliver stories that reach, entertain and immerse audiences.
Born in Saltillo, Coahuila Mexico, he witnessed firsthand the injustice and corruption of growing up in an underdeveloped country. In 1996, Luis moved to the U.S. to pursue his passion for filmmaking and the arts. He has lived in New Orleans, NYC, San Francisco, Miami and currently resides in Los Angeles. His Hispanic background fused and blended with these multicultural cities to inspire the cross cultural stories he brings to life today.
In 2011, Luis moved to Los Angeles, to pursue an MFA in film and television production at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. He has received numerous awards, including the Annenberg Fellowship as well as the Dr. Rodolfo Montes Scholarship. Luis has written, directed and/or produced several award winning shorts, including "Home to Roost," "Elie’s Overcoat," "Love Burns," among others, and the PSA "Accessory to Murder".
Luis has developed a relationship with Troika pictures, led by Michael Helfant (former COO of Marvel Studios) and Robert Stein (Founder of United Talent Agency and former Co-Head of Worldwide Motion Pictures at William Morris). Luis worked on Troika’s first film entitled “The Call,” starring Halle Berry and featuring Academy Award-Nominated Set Decorator Robert Gould (The Artist, Master and Commander) and Production Designer Franco-Giacomo Carbone.