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Julieta Tetelbaum - Film Director, Cinematographer, Choreographer

One-to-One Film Mentorship ★

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One-to-one mentoring sessions for writing, directing, editing, and cinematography. 

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Julieta Tetelbaum (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a queer film director, cinematographer, screenwriter, and sculptor based in London. Her multifaceted artistic vision delves into themes such as gender, feminism, childhood, violence, intimacy, functional diversity, and sexuality, consistently pushing the boundaries of conventional storytelling and traditional cinematic norms.

Tetelbaum's short films, including "The Misfortune of Femininity" (2020), "Wake Up! It's Yesterday" (2021), "Black Chalk" (2022), and "Joy" (2023), have garnered international acclaim. Her works are part of the esteemed collection of the Library of Congress of Argentina and have been showcased in prestigious museums, art galleries, urban spaces, and over 200 international film festivals worldwide.

Notably, she supported Pedro Almodóvar at a special screening at Argentina's Library of Congress, where her film "Joy" was screened alongside Almodóvar's "Pain and Glory." Her solo exhibitions include a month-long showcase at IA&A Hillyer Gallery in Washington DC and a complete filmography presentation at various cinemas worldwide. Her films have also been exhibited at renowned venues such as the BFI British Film Institute in London, MALBA Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires, The Swedenborg Society, and Focal Point Gallery, among others. Tetelbaum has collaborated with prominent artists like Marta Minujín at Frieze New York and Amalia Pica at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

By challenging social norms and urging viewers to question preconceived notions, Tetelbaum's thought-provoking stories serve as a catalyst for introspection, reflection, empathy, and dialogue. Through her lens, she creates a platform for marginalised voices to be heard, actively confronting societal expectations and embracing a broader understanding of the human experience.

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