Director

Nadina Marquisio, Laura Martínez Duque

Nadina Marquisio

Nadina Marquisio (Rosario, Argentina, 1985) is a filmmaker, editor and camera woman. As a filmmaker, she specializes in documentary and experimental film. She is both member and co-founder of the cinematographic collective Gallito Films alongside Laura Martínez Duque and Cristina Motta that has gone on to produce several experimental documentary short films. Juntas is her first feature-length documentary.


FILMOGRAPHY

2017 – Juntas (Documentary)
2013 – Puma, Mi Bienamado (Short Documentary)
2013 – La Esencia Sonora de la Sombra (Short Documentary)
2011 – La Providencia (Short Documentary)

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Laura Martínez Duque

With a degree in Filmmaking from the Argentinian Film School and a Masters in Journalism, in 2011 she also completed a diploma in Creative Documentary Filmmaking at the Observatorio de Cine Documental in Buenos Aires. She combines her work as a director with that of a cultural journalist and writes about cinema for a variety of specialized media outlets in Colombia. Juntas is her first feature-length documentary.


FILMOGRAPHY

2017 – Juntas (Documentary)
2013 – Puma, Mi Bienamado (Short Documentary)
2008 – Wiederholungszwang (Short Documentary)
2006 – Sinconsentimiento (Short Documentary)