Artists

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  • Javier Aguirre

    Javier Aguirre Fernández (born in San Sebastián, Spain, on 13th June 1935) is a spanish film director, producer, cinematographer and writer.

    Biography He was born on June 13, 1935 in San Sebastián. He married the actress Enriqueta Carballeira in 1966, who he divorced some years later. He married then to actress Esperanza Roy.

    Nationality: 

    Spain
  • Albert Alcoz

    Albert Alcoz (b.Barcelona, 1979) has a Fine Arts degree from the University of Barcelona and a Master on Creative Documentary Cinema and a Doctorate on Cinematographic Theory, Analysis and Documentation by the Pompeu Fabra University. He has published many articles on film and contemporary art in magazines such as Archivos de la Filmoteca, Secuencias or the cultural supplement Cultura/s of the spanish newspaper La Vanguardia. He has written the essays The cinema of Craig Baldwin.

    Nationality: 

    Spain
  • Richard Alpert

    Richard Alpert (born April 11, 1947) is an American sculptor, abstract filmmaker, and performance artist. He is also known for his work in "Generating Art" and received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant in Sculpture in 1979. In 1986 he was nearly killed in a fire that destroyed his studio and much of his artwork.

    He graduated with an undergraduate degree in studio arts from the University of Pittsburgh in 1970, and an MFA in sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1973.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • Dominic Angerame

    Dominic Angerame (b.Albany, New York, USA, 1949) is an American experimental filmmaker, who has directed more than 35 films since 1969, and has presented films in film festivals worldwide. Angerame presented his '' along with Pixiescope, Waifen Maiden, Consume, and Anaconda Targets at the Havana Film Festival in 2006. This was the festival's first presentation of experimental cinema in the festival's 28 years.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • José Antonio Maenza

    José Antonio Maenza (b.Teruel, 1948 - Teruel, 1979)

    Spanish avant-garde filmmaker, his work comprises three feature films in the late 1960s: El lobby contra el cordero, Orfeo filmando en el campo de batalla and Hortensia.

    Nationality: 

    Spain
  • José Antonio Sistiaga

    José Antonio Sistiaga (4 May 1932, San Sebastián) is a Basque artist and experimental filmmaker best known for his feature-length hand-painted 'direct' film, ... ere erera baleibu izik subua aruaren ... (1968-70).

    Nationality: 

    Spain
  • Adolfo Arrieta

    Adolfo González Arrieta (b. in Madrid, August 28, 1942) is a spanish filmmaker, considered as the pioneer of independent film both in Spain and France, due to the artisan quality and the unique spirit of freedom of his films. He usually uses variations of his name in the credits of his films, such as Udolfo Arrieta, Alfo Arrieta or Adolpho Arrieta.

    His cinematic language is very poetic, apart from narrative conventions, which has made it to be compared with the cinema of Jean Cocteau.

    Nationality: 

    Spain
  • Ute Aurand

    Ute Aurand was born in 1957 in Frankfurt/Main, and grew up in Berlin. She is a teacher and curator, and a devoted 16mm filmmaker since 1980. She studied filmmaking at the Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) during the years 1979-1985. Since 1985 she began to produce her own films. In 1987 she founded "Ute Aurand Filmproduktion".

    Nationality: 

    Germany