Mr. Goycoolea's most recent short film, Uncle Denis? a documentary about his great-uncle Quentin Crisp's relationship to the idea of family and his family's relationship to the idea of Quentin Crisp has screened in the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre as part of the program Happy Crispmas as well as The London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Newfest: The New York LGBT Film Festival, Frameline: The San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, Image+Nation: The Montreal International LGBT Film Festival, Athen's OutView Film Festival and Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival. The film has been aquired by the BFI National Archive and is available through the BFI's Mediatheque as well as the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre.

His most recent feature length documentary, Viva Chile Mierda has been screened internationally at Anthology Film Archives' New Filmmakers Series in New York, FIDOCS: International Documentary Film Festival in Santiago, Chile, Cine Memoria series in Geneva, The Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile, Document: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Glasgow, UK, El Ojo Cojo International Film Festival in Madrid and Barcelona (where it obtained a Special Jury Mention), and Brighton's Cinecity Film Festival. The film was also listed as one of the 10 best Chilean films of 2014 by

Mr. Goycoolea is able to supervise PhDs in Creative and Critical Practice on topics including (but not limited to): documentary, exile, activism, experimental film and video, chilean history, memory and trauma, queer performance.