El Tigre Productions is a premier production and strategy company for the world’s most important museums and cultural institutions. Clients include The Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA, The Getty, Colección Cisneros, The Museo Reina Sofia, and PEN America. 

Feature films include Big Fan (starring Patton Oswalt) which premiered at Sundance and was nominated for Gotham and Independent Spirit Awards, and 306 Hollywood which is currently in production. El Tigre’s shorts have screened at Carnegie Hall and appeared on The New York Times and NPR. The company has been awarded grants and support from NYSCA, Latino Public Broadcasting (PBS), IFP, Hot Docs, and Experimental Television Center.

As strategists, they created coleccioncisneros.org, an online hub for Latin American arts and ideas that brings together artists from every country in the Americas.

Elan Bogarín Co-Founder + Director

Elan has always wanted to do everything -- so she decided to work in media where every project takes you somewhere new. Elan has produced feature films that premiered at Sundance, directed documentaries, worked in TV, and started The Wassaic Project, an arts festival and residency that has worked with hundreds of artists. She was nominated for a Gotham Award and an Independent Spirit Award for producing the film Big Fan, starring Patton Oswalt. She brings her extensive knowledge of media, art, and PR to her work at El Tigre. 


Jonathan Bogarín Co-Founder + Director

Jonathan is an artist, filmmaker, and educator. Perhaps due to his roots as a Jewish-Venezuelan-New Yorker, his sensibility leans heavily towards the fusion of ideas. He creates socially engaged artworks that combine art and pedagogy, and produces films that blend narrative and documentary filmmaking with visual art. In 2010, Jonathan applied his multi-disciplinary approach to the founding of El Tigre Productions.

Troy Herion Composer + Senior Producer

Troy brings a distinctly musical touch to our projects. Prior to his work in film, he studied music composition at Princeton University. His compositions have been performed in Carnegie Hall, sung in Italian opera houses, and featured on MTV.

Nyneve Laura Minnear Editor

Nyneve Laura Minnear’s recent film, (T)ERROR (Editor 84mins), won a Special Jury Award at Sundance 2015, a Grand Jury Award at Full Frame 2015 and in 2014 Nyneve attended the Sundance Documentary Edit Story Lab as a fellow. “GIRL WITH BLACK BALLOONS” (Editor, Writer, Co-Producer 59mins) was chosen “Best of Fest” at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2010 and won a Grand Jury Prize at DOCNYC2011. “THE LULU SESSIONS” (Editor, Writer, Co-Producer 84mins), has screened at over 20 festivals worldwide, winning six Best Documentary awards. In 2011, Nyneve was named one of “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” by Women’s eNews.

Alejandro Jano Mejia Director of Photography

Alejandro Jano Mejía is a lefty Mexican-born cinematographer whose work has been featured at Berlin, TriBeCa, Slamdance, Cabos, Vancouver, Rio de Janeiro and Morelia. He won the Panavision Award for Best Short at the Palm Springs International ShortFest 2015. His work ranges from fiction films and commercials for brands such as Nike and Red Bull and recently he was selected for the Berlinale Talent Campus 2016. He directed episodes of the TV show Sesiones for Sony Latin American Television and he co-produced ‘A Secret World’ by director Gabriel Mariño, which had its premiere at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival.