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Lois Patiño

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Robert E. Fulton III Fellow 2016-17

Lois Patiño was born in Vigo (Spain) in 1983. He combined his Psychology studies in the Complutense University of Madrid with cinema studies at TAI School. He followed his cinema education at NYFA, in New York and with the Master in Cinema Documentary at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. He has developed courses of videocreation under the guidance of Katherin Sieverding in the UdK of Berlin, and in different ateliers with artist and filmmakers such as Joan Jonas, Donald Kuspit, Pedro Costa, Víctor Erice, José Luis Guerín or Daniel Canogar. He has worked in collaboration with the director Mercedes Álvarez in her second feature film Futures Market.

His works have been shown in art centres screens such as Centre Georges Pompidou (París), Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), MAXXI (Rome), CGAC (Santiago de Compoestela)… and in international festivals as BAFICI (Argentina), Media City Film Festival (Canada), Rome Film Festival (Italy), Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid (France), Oberhausen (Germany), Jihlava Film Festival (Czech Republic), Punto de Vista Festival (Spain), Documenta Madrid (Spain), Las Palmas Film Festival (Spain)…

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The FSC Announces the 2016-17 Fulton Fellowships

November 11th, 2017|Comments Off on The FSC Announces the 2016-17 Fulton Fellowships

CAMBRIDGE, MA: The Film Study Center at Harvard University (FSC) is pleased to announce the 2016-17 Robert E. Fulton III Fellowship in Nonfiction Filmmaking to video artists, Ali Cherri and Lois Patiño.

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