Frontera Sur is a non-competitive international festival that began in Concepción in 2017 (Southern Chile). It showcases documentary work that is part of a less-defined territory between fiction and documentary, between narrative and experimental works, exploring new and narrative aesthetic forms that don’t fit within the commercial circuit. It focuses on auteur, borderline, independent, risk-taking, and innovative cinema.
Filmmaker and architect. Master’s in Art and Heritage UdeC. Academic of the UCSC Faculty of Communication, History, and Social Sciences. Director of Frontera Sur International Non-Fiction Film Festival and Frontera Sur LAB Writing Lab for Non-Fiction Film Projects.
Advisor of Chilean Cinema of the Future of Encuentros Australes of FICValdivia. His film El ruido de los trenes was screened in over 20 international festivals and received several awards. He has advised film projects in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Uruguay.
Areas of interest
Non-fiction films of different lengths. Documentaries, experimental, hybrids, essay films, ethnography, feminism.