In 2010 Lucas Ochoa produced the critically acclaimed feature documentary No Distance Left to Run. The film told the story of the British band, Blur, and was filmed during their reunion tour in 2009. The documentary received a Grammy® nomination and was also shortlisted for a Grierson.
Ochoa executive produced the documentary Look Back, Don’t Stare (2010). Ochoa was also an associate producer on Car Bomb (2008), a documentary exploring how asymmetric warfare is redefining conflict in the 21st century. His additional credits include, Werewolves Across America (2010) and Cult of the Suicide Bomber III (2004).
In 2013, Ochoa completed production on the award-winning drama-documentary, Who Is Dayani Cristal starring Gael Garcia Bernal. The film uncovers the story behind an anonymous body bearing a tattoo that reads “Dayani Cristal” which is found in the Arizona desert along the U.S.A - Mexican border. In 2014, he worked on feature documentaries Shut Up and Play The Hits, a documentary following LCD Soundsystem which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; and Bafta-winning 20,000 Days on Earth, about writer and musician Nick Cave.