PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Valladolid, graduate in Fine Arts and in Social and Cultural Anthropology. She currently teaches Image and Photography at the Nebrija University, but has taught undergraduate, master’s and doctoral subjects at other centres: University of Valladolid, Camilo José Cela University and Alfonso X El Sabio University. As a researcher, she has published articles on image theory, ethnomusicology, film analysis, feminist film theory, film and semiotics and gender studies, among other subjects. Since 2006 she is co-founder of the audiovisual production company LaCasaDigital, where she focuses on the photography of musical and scenographic events.
Audiovisual producer and teacher.
A graduate in industrial engineering from the University of Coruña and the Università Degli Studio in Genoa, he currently works as an audiovisual producer, commercial director and teacher. From Gaitafilmes, a production company of which he is a founding partner, or as a freelance, he collaborates in the development of several feature films and documentaries. He produced several works together with director Andrés Goteira, including his feature debut DHOGS, for which he won the Mestre Mateo Award for Best Production Direction. In the field of short films, he produced works by directors such as Dani Viqueira, such as Limbo and La Penumbra, and Felix Brixel, with whom he made Ulises. Throughout his career he has also organised a number of cultural events such as the M de Cine festival and the Meirendas games and music festival.
Trained in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Vigo, she continued her studies with a Master’s Degree in Film Directing at ESCAC and a Master’s Degree in Contemporary Art, Creation and Research at UVigo. She began her directing career with the short films Direcciones, Nacer en septiembre and Área. A estación violenta is her first feature film, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Jabois, with which she was selected for several international festivals, such as the Seville European Film Festival and the BAFICI in Buenos Aires, as well as being nominated for eight awards at the Mestre Mateo Awards. She continued her festival career two years later with the short film Analóxica, present in the competitive sections of BAFICI and Curtocircuíto. She is currently working on the short Habitar and on her second film, Las Líneas Discontinuas.
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