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Irene Gutierrez is a Ph.D. fellow and award-winning documentary filmmaker from Ceuta. She has previously worked as co-director of the MA in Documentary Film at the International Film School of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV), Cuba, when she studied documentary film before obtaining her MA in Spanish Film Studies. She is part of the research groups ECHO (VUB) and TECMERIN (University Carlos III of Madrid), where she works on themes of amateur cinema and migrant self-representation through participatory filmmaking. She has directed Border Diaries (2013), Hotel Nueva Isla (2014), Connected Walls (2015), Exile Diaries (2019), and Between Dog and Wolf (2020). Her films have been screened in film festivals such as Berlinale and Rotterdam IFF, and in art venues such as MoMA and Lincoln Center. Her films and research link the intimate portrait with the landscape as an expression of the political tensions between individuals and nations. More info: https://reelborders.eu/Irene-profile


Research interests

border, migration, cinema, self-representation, remediation, digital migration, counter-archive


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