Graduated in Media and Communication Studies
Ana Matilde Uslenghi (Tucumán, Argentina, 1985) has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). She currently works for the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB), where she supports the archive of the Centre of Documentation and Debates and also edits videos for the European Prize for Urban Public Space, thanks to the collaboration grants of this institution. She studied for a year at Liverpool Hope University (Liverpool, United Kingdom) thanks to the Erasmus Exchange Programme. In 2014, she completed a research Masters in Audiovisuals and Cinema Studies from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF). Her final project is about the dialogue between Lucrecia Martel's cinema and Silvina Ocampo's literature. Since 2012, she works for the Sitges Film Festival (International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia). He has written articles on film media as Trànsit, Visual404, the Journal of the Sitges Film Festival and Numerocero. She also works as a freelance video editor.
Last updated: July 2016