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Violeta Blasco-EN

http://comunidadetnor.ning.com/profile/VioletaBlasco Independent filmmaker specialized in documentary film. In 2016 she won the award for Best Direction-Production along with Carlotta Napolitano, Angélica Sánchez, Claudia Zegarra and Germán Andrés López with “Cabeza de Orquídea” (2016) at the Sitges Film Festival.

Konstantina Kotzamani-EN

https://www.onassis.org/people/konstantina-kotzamani Konstantina Kotzamani was born in Greece. She graduated in Fine Arts from Thessaloniki Film. She has presented her short films at various international festivals and has won various awards at them. Her short film “Washingtonia” premiered at Berlinale Shorts in 2014 and was nominated for a Golden Bear. She has also been honored by …

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Claudia Zegarra-EN

Claudia Zegarra studied Communication with a special emphasis on Journalism at Lima University. She has worked as a television producer on cultural series. In 2016 he won the Award for Best Direction-Production along with Violeta Blasco, Carlotta Napolitano, Angélica Sánchez and Germán Andrés López with “Cabeza de Orquídea” (2015) at the Sitges Film Festival.

Carlotta Napolitano-EN

https://alternativa.cccb.org/2017/es/films/hall/cabeza-de-orquidea Carlotta Napolitano was born in Napoli, there she studied Film Direction and Digital Editing, dedicating herself to photography. In 2015 he studied a Master’s Degree in Theory and Practice of Creative Documentary at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he carried out the collective project “Cabeza de Orquídea” (2016) with which she won the …

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Carla Guimarães-EN

https://www.elcomercio.com/tendencias/entretemiento-guion-invitados-carlaguimaraes-fundacionsgae.html Carla Guimarães was born in Brazil and moved to Madrid in 2001. She is a contributor to the newspaper El País and works at the EFE Agency. She has published two novels “The last days of carnival” and “Peces que rain del cielo”. She has developed the series “Why did men disappear?” (2019) with …

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