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Moshé Bedoya

Moshé Bedoya

Director

Moshé Bedoya was born on August 22, 1988 in Esmeraldas, Ecuador province, always as a child he showed his interest in sports and dancing. At the age of 15, he made his first action short film with some friends from the neighborhood north of Quito, in the Andalusia neighborhood, he left the world of cinema out of fear and lack of support from his family, but he never stopped practicing martial arts, in which developed some styles, including his own martial art "Passive Strike". Moshe, better known as Bedoya Df, liked the films of Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Chuk Norrris, Doniie Yen, among others. He decided one day to make his own films since in his environment to this day there is no support in action films and martial arts. In 2014 he released his first film that premiered at the Ecuadorian House of Culture, being a total success and making thousands of copies with the Ecuadorian film company ASAVIP, copies that spread throughout the Ecuadorian territory and were sold out within 3 months of launch. He continued working on short films and TV series, until in 2019 he released the film INVINCIBLES BULLETS, where he brings together more than 70 martial artists from 4 countries, by name and hierarchy. BALAS INVENCIBLES, is positioned as the first Ibero-American film to bring together many talents of martial arts from Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela of different fighting styles and actors from Spain. Sports federations and the most prestigious martial schools participate in this film. Moshé Bedoya promises to leave action cinema and pure and net martial arts at the top. Ecuador also makes action movies and martial arts, and its maximum representative is Moshé Bedoya.