Mentors and Speakers

  • Anton Wenzel

    Anton Wenzel (Colombia, Germany). Co-director and editor. He has directed various short movies and edited many short and mid-length narrative films and documentaries. His work includes shor films as “La despedida de Juan y Juan”, “Los hijos de […]

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  • Arami Ullón

    Arami Ullón, Paraguay. Produced «18 and a half Cigarettes» (SPAIN/MEX/PAR – 2011). Directed the feature documentaries «El Tiempo Nublado» (CH/PAR – 2014) and «Apenas el Sol» (CH/PAR – 2020). Her feature documentary debut was awarded the Regard Neuf […]

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  • Avi Mograbi

    Avi Mograbi (Israel). Filmmaker and artist born in 1956, lives in Tel Aviv. Filmography: The first 54 years – an abbreviated manual for military occupation (2021), Between Fences (2016), Once I entered a garden (2012), Z32 (2008), Avenge […]

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  • Coraci Ruiz

    Coraci Ruiz, Brazi. She has a degree in Dance (2002), a Master in Audiovisual Culture and Media (2009) and a PhD in Multimedia (2020), all from Unicamp (SP/Brazil). Also part of her background is the 2005 EICTV documentary […]

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  • Emily Wanja

    Emily Wanja (Kenya) is an award-winning Impact producer, running the East Africa impact campaign dubbed ​We Can Fight Climate Change for the feature documentary Thank you for the Rain.​ In conjunction with Docubox (East Africa Documentary Film Fund) […]

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  • Eryk Rocha

    Eryk Rocha (Brazil). He was born in Brasília, in 1978, and lived in several countries in Latin America. He studied cinema at the San Antonio de Los Baños School in Cuba where he created “Stones in the Sky” […]

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  • Francina Carbonell

    Francina Carbonell (Chile). Director and screenwriter. She directed the autobiographical documentary “After The Mountains” (2013) and the short films “The Inheritance” (2014) and “Tinnitus” (2015). “The Sky is Red” is her debut feature. She is also director of […]

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  • Iván Guarnizo

    Iván Guarnizo (Colombia, Spain). Editor, cinematographer and director with almost twenty years in the audiovisual industry, Iván has worked in a wide variety of formats and topics, from feature films and documentaries to smaller pieces and videos, working around […]

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  • JESPER OSMUND

    Jesper Osmund (Denmark). Film editor and narrative consultant. He has now edited more than 100 documentaries. Many selected by leading festivals like IDFA, Sundance, Berlinale, HotDocs and have received numerous awards including an International Emmy Award. His documentary […]

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  • Jô Serfaty

    Jô Serfaty is a filmmaker and screenwriter from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Through fictional, documentary and hybrid narratives, her work focuses on social issues. Her films address the Brazilian collective imagination, creating emotional ties with the community. Between […]

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  • Julián Galay

    Julián Galay, Argentina. He did the sound design for Río Turbio by Tatiana Mazú González. He is a composer and sound artist, working with sound, moving image and language through installation, performance and experimental film. He lives nomadically […]

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  • Kirsten Johnson

    Kirsten Johnson (USA). Her film, DICK JOHNSON IS DEAD premiered at 2020 Sundance and won the Jury Prize for Innovation in Nonfiction Storytelling. Since then, it has also won Best Documentary and Best Director for the Critic’s Choice […]

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  • Luciana Kaplan

    Luciana Kaplan (Argentina, México). She studied at Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica and dedicate her career to documentary filmmaking and teaching. She directed de Ambulante post production grants for seven years and she is the coordinator at the Documentary […]

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  • Manuel Abramovich

    Manuel Abramovich (Argentina) is a director, artist and cinematographer whose work explores performativity in everyday life. In his movies, people are transformed into characters. His works were screened at festivals such as Berlinale, Venice, MoMA Doc Fortnight, Viennale, […]

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  • Marta Andreu

    Marta Andreu (Spain) is the academic coordinator of DocMontevideo. In 2004 she founded Estudi Playtime in order to devote her time to producing creation documentaries. Her last production “Amanecer” was awarded as best Colombian film at FICCI. In 2017 […]

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  • Nicolás Molina

    Nicolas Molina is a Chilean filmmaker. In 2014, he premiered his first feature documentary, “Beaverland” which he co-directed with Antonio Luco, at Sheffield, and won the award for Best Feature Film at FIC Valdivia. He released his second […]

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  • Petra Costa

    Petra Costa (Brazil) is a Brazilian director and actress nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary for her latest film, the original Netflix, The edge of democracy (2019). The edge of democracy debuted at Sundance, received the DOCNYC […]

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  • Sebastián Zanzottera

    Sebastián Zanzottera, Argentina. He is a filmmaker, editor and 3D designer. He worked as editor in the film Río Turbio (2020), by Tatiana Mazú. He was born in 1993 and lived most of his life between San Andrés […]

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  • Sonia Barrera Gutiérrez

    Sonia Barrera Gutiérrez (Colombia). Colombian film and TV producer. She studied Film and Photography and Social Communication. She is the general producer of the feature films THE RED TREE (Winner of the Colombian Film Fund 2019, selected in […]

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  • Tatiana Mazú González

    She was born in 1989 in Buenos Aires. She lives on the outskirts of the city between cats and plants, in what used to be her grandmother’s house. She’s a documentary, experimental and visual artist. Left-wing and feminist […]

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  • Verónica Fiorito

    Verónica Fiorito (Argentina) has a solid career in the field of producing and directing TV & Film, her training is consolidated with a degree in Audiovisual Production and Management. She has developed a career in cultural management becoming Chief […]

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  • Victoria Pena

    Victoria Pena, Uruguay. She got a degree in communication. In 2011 she did a Master in Direction of Photography in the ESCAC. She directed and photographed nationally and internationally awarded short films. Director of photography in the documentary […]

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  • Vincent Carelli

    Vincent Carelli (France-Brazil). In 1987 he started his career with the short film “A Festa da Moça”, the seminal experience of Video nas Aldeias, followed by a trilogy about the video process with “O Espírito da TV” (1990), […]

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  • Viviana Gómez Echeverry

    Viviana Gómez Echeverry, Colombia. She is a director, producer and cinematographer. Studied Social Communication at the Javeriana University, where she is a professor. She wrote and directed two short films EXOTIC TROPICAL and 16TH BIRTHDAY. Her first feature […]

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