Diego González, is graduated in Media, Film & Video from UFF (Universidade Federal Fluminense) with a post-graduate degree in Photography from UCAM (Universidade Cândido Mendes – RJ). He, also, studied at the Met Film School and at the London Academy of Radio, Film & TV, in London, where he has specialized in screenwriting and video-editing. He also is an effective member of the EDT (Rio de Janeiro Association of Post-Production Professionals).


He has edited several TV series for different Brazilian Broadcast Channels (such as Aéreas, Ilhas Paradisíacas and Monumentos da Natureza for the adventure channel Off, No caminho to Multishow, Conversa Fiada and Arte na capa for the Brazilian Channel, among others), music concerts (Eterna Alegria live and Boleros for the singer Alcione and Francis Hime, 50 years of Francis Hime's music), as well as several short films and music videos. In partnership with João Felipe Freitas, edited the documentary feature De Volta, by Rafael Figueiredo.


He worked as post-production manager of the series Viver Com Fé, GNT, O Som do Vinil, Canal Brasil, the music concerts Recanto, by Gal Costa and Chico Buarque’s Na Carreira, music video clips Depois, by Marisa Monte and Bangalô by Djavan. He also manager de post-production for the documentaries Construição for the director Carolina Sá and Tudo vai ficar da cor que você quiser byLeticia Simões.


He directed the short film Lata, winner of the best short film by the audience's choice in the 4th Cinema in the Forest (Alta Floresta, MG). Also directed video clips for the saxophonist Léo Gandelman, for the band Luisa Mandou um Beijo, as several corporative videos for UFRJ (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro). Diego is one of the partners of the YouTube channel  Toda Poesia.


Diego González is an editor, photographer and director.




4º Cinema na Floresta - Alta Floresta, MT (2010)

Best short film - audience's choice



6ª Mostra Mosca - Cambuquira, MG (2010)

15º FBCU - Rio de Janeiro, RJ (2010)

8º Festicine Amazônia - Manaus, MA (2010)

6º FAIA - Festival de Atibaia - Atibaia, SP (2011)



5º Comunicurtas - Campina Grande, PB (2010)

Best editing