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You are in: Home > 2012. 60th Edition  > Awards and Jury Members > Horizontes Award Jury > Fernanda del Nido
Fernanda del Nido
 

Born in Buenos Aires in 1974 and moved to Spain in 2002. Graduate in Communication Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires; holds a Master in Audiovisual Production and Management (MPXA) and completed the EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs) and EAVE-Puentes Programmes. She is currently participating in EAVE-Ties that Bind.

In 2006 she founded the independent production company Tic Tac Producciones, with its head offices in A Coruña, from where she develops and produces documentary and feature films. The company specialises in co-productions between Europe and Latin America, with the focus on talents on both continents.

Some of her most interesting recent productions are:
Polvo (Julio Hernández Cordón, 2012), feature film. World premiere at the Locarno Festival in 2012.
Tralas luces (Sandra Sánchez, 2011), documentary feature. World premiere at the San Sebastian Festival (Zabaltegi-New Directors) in 2011.
18 comidas (Jorge Coira, 2010), feature film, winner of more than ten awards and participant in over 30 festivals worldwide.
¿Qué culpa tiene el tomate? (anthology film, 2009), premiered at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).

She also participated as a co-producer in the documentaries Tata Cedrón, el regreso de Juancito Caminador by Fernando Pérez, and Design detrás das Grades by Margarita Leitâo, and in the feature film Agua fría de mar (Paz Fábrega, 2010), winner of the Rotterdam Festival’s Tiger Award, among other accolades.

 

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