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Claudia-Aravena

Claudia Aravena Abughosh


Jury Norberto Griffa Prize for Latin American Creation.
Jury Rainbow Prize for Argentine Creation.

Claudia Aravena Abughosh (Santiago de Chile, 1968)

Visual artist, Audiovisual Communicator and Mastera��s Degree in Cultural Studies, Universidad Arcis, Santiago de Chile. Besides her continuing visual arts production, she teaches at the Schools of Arts and Visual Culture, and Film (Universidad Arcis), Graduate School of Arts (Universidad de Chile) and at the Visual Arts School (Universidad Diego Portales and Uniacc).

Awards and grants: Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn, Germany 2008. Artist Residency Grant, The Camargo Foundation, Cassis, France 2006. Chilean National Endowment for the Arts (Fondart) Grants, 2009, 2005, 2004, 2002, 2000. Golden Cube First Prize, at the Monitoring Show, 20th Kasseler Dokumentarfilm & Videofest, Germany 2003. KA?nstlerinnen-FA�rderung Grant, Berlin Legislature, Germany, 2003 and 2000. Festival Award at the Oberhausen International Short Film, Germany 2002. Best Experimental Short Film Award, Short Film Festival, Santiago, Chile 2001. Prize of the European Council, 2000. First Prize, Locarno Video Art Festival, Switzerland 1998.

Collections: NBK, Berlin, Germany. VideoDataBank, America without Borders, Chicago, USA. Visual Arts Collection, Gabriela Mistral Gallery, Chilean National Endowment for the Arts. La Caixa Visual Arts Collection, Barcelona, Spain. OVNI, Observatori de Video Non Identificat, Barcelona, Spain.

Lauren-Howes

Lauren Howes


Jury Norberto Griffa Prize for Latin American Creation.
Jury Rainbow Prize for Argentine Creation.

Executive Director, Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) Toronto.

Lauren Howes assumed the role of Executive Director of CFMDC in September 2006. Prior to coming to CFMDC, she was the Distribution Manager of Video Out Distribution in Vancouver, BC from 2002-2006. Howes has programmed screenings of Canadian Media Art for events in Vancouver, Toronto, Dublin, Hamburg, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul and London and was selected as a Goethe Scholar to participate in the Living Archive program 2013 at Arsenal – institut fA?r film und videokunst in Berlin.

Howes currently sits on the Board of Directors at the Toronto Arts Council. She graduated from Simon Fraser University with a BFA in Film Production and endeavors to make films when possible, outside of the demands of arts administration.

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JOSKOWICZ

Claudia Joskowicz


Jury Norberto Griffa Prize for Latin American Creation.
Jury Rainbow Prize for Argentine Creation.

Claudia Joskowicz lives and works in New York and Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. She received her MFA from New York University in 2000. Solo exhibitions include shows at LMAK Projects, Forever & Today, Inc., Thierry Goldberg Projects, and Momenta Art in New York; Dot Fiftyone Gallery in Miami; California Museum of Photography in Riverside, California; Galeria ACBEU in Salvador, Brazil; Espacio SimA?n PatiA�o and Museo Nacional de Arte in La Paz, Centro Cultural Santa Cruz and GalerA�a Kiosko in Santa Cruz (Bolivia); and Lawndale Art Center in Houston.

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Bernardello

Emanuel Bernardello



Jury Rainbow Prize for Argentine Creation

Emanuel Bernardello Studied black and white and colour photography and studio lighting and graduated in Image and Sound Design from the Pan-American School of Art (1995). Worked locally in television and cinema advertising as a production assistant. Did a postgraduate degree at the NY Film Academy in 1997, shooting and directing his first short film, and subsequently worked freelance as a loader, focus-puller and first assistant cameraman in the USA and Argentina. Also produced and directed various music videos.

In 1998 he created the Arcoirissuper8 lab which develops, supplies and digitalises films on small and medium format. In 2012 produced Toma Unica, bringing in local filmmakers to work with the Super 8 format in a project made on a single cartridge and developed by Arcoirissuper8 laboratory. This project was included at the 2012 Biennale of the Moving Image and at the Mar del Plata Film Festival in 2013 and 2014.