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Yulene Olaizola

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Yulene Olaizola[edit]

Yulene Olaizola, born 1983, is a Mexican director from Mexico City, Mexico. She studied in the film school of, El Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC), and graduated in 2009 receiving Summa Cum Laude for her film Thesis Intimidades de Shakespeare y Víctor Hugo( Shakespeare and Victor Hugo's intimacies). Intimidades de Shakespeare y Víctor Hugo has received more than  28 international film awards, and is her most notable work.[1],although she has gone to make, and work on many other well received films in the international and feature film world such as Paraísos Artificiales (Artificial Paradises)[2].

Career[edit]

Her career as a director spans six films, so far. She also has numerous credits in other film related positions, in her films, and others films such as: five editors credits, five producer credits, five writer credits, one cinematographer credit, one art director credit, and one production designer credit[3]. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from El Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica in 2009[4], as well also going on to found a Mexican production company named MALACOSA CINE with another filmmaker named Rubén Imaz[5].

Filmography[edit]

·Maestros Olvidados, oficios que sobreviven 2016-2018 ·Noctámbulos, historia de una noche 2017 ·Epitafio 2015 ·Fogo 2012 ·Artificial Paradises 2011 ·Shakespeare and Victor Hugo's Intimacies 2008[6]

Awards[edit]

She has received notable awards for her film Intimidades de Shakespeare y Víctor Hugo: ·Best Picture and Audience Award at the 10th Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI) for her film

·Argentina; a Special Jury Mention and Special Audience Award at the 5th Punto de Vista International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra

·Spain; a Film Critics Award at the 23rd Fribourg International Film Festival (FIFF, in French)

·Switzerland; Best Documentary at the 12th Film Festival of Lima PUCP

·Peru; and the Ariel Award for Best First Film at the 51st Ariel Awards[7]

support[edit]

She has received support for her films Paraísos Artificiales from: FI Documentary Fund 2009, the Tribeca Film Institute (TFI), New York; of the Promotion Program and Cultural Co-Investments of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) 2010, Mexico; and of the Hubert Bals Fund (HBF) of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). Her third feature film Fogo was made during her residency at the Arts Residency Program, run by the Fogo Island Art Corporation, Canada, with a grant from the Fund for Quality Film Production (FOPROCINE), in 2011·Peru; and the Ariel Award for Best First Film at the 51st Ariel Awards[8]

Art style[edit]

Oliazalo's film style has been described specifically in her film Fogo as "slow cinema". On the website theartsofslowcinema.com has quoted, Caitlin Meredith from, the voice behind Her Head In Films podcast, saying that, "Olaizola’s focus on the mundane also shows how these men are embedded in Fogo Island. We begin to understand why they cannot leave. They are so enmeshed in the environment–so attached to the land, the wind, and the water–that evacuating is, in some sense, death. It’s a death of the soul, of the spirit. By refusing to leave, they are resisting this death."[9] While this website spoke specifically on this film, this "slow cinema" style spans all of the films she has made so far, since the beginning of her directorial debut.

Notable words[edit]

"I enjoy the cinema that does not rush to take you to one place."[10]

bibliography/ Other Readings[edit]

"Yulene Olaizola." IFFR. November 20, 2017. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://iffr.com/en/persons/yulene-olaizola.

"With Malacosa Cine." IMDb. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://www.imdb.com/search/title?companies=co0380149.

Saltz, Rachel. "Strung Out and Baked in Veracruz." The New York Times. March 30, 2012. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/30/movies/paraisos-artificiales-from-mexico.html.

References[edit]

"Tag: Yulene Olaizola." The Arts of Slow Cinema. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://theartsofslowcinema.com/tag/yulene-olaizola/.

User, Super. Hugo Lara Chávez (México). Accessed November 16, 2018. http://www.catedrabergman.unam.mx/index.php/memoria/ponentes-destacados/170-yulene-olaizola.

"Yulene Olaizola." IMDb. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2638662/#director.

"Yulene Olaizola." Khavn - Festival Scope: Festivals on Demand for Film Professionals World Wide. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://pro.festivalscope.com/director/olaizola-yulene.

"Olaizola, Yulene." Directorio De Realizadores Mexicanos FICM | Rulfo, Juan Carlos. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://www.directoriorealizadoresficm.com/realizadores/olaizola-yulene/?lang=en.

"Diez Directoras Mexicanas Contemporáneas." FICM. July 16, 2015. Accessed November 16, 2018. https://moreliafilmfest.com/diez-directoras-mexicanas-contemporaneas.

External Links[edit]

<references

http://www.catedrabergman.unam.mx/index.php/memoria/ponentes-destacados/170-yulene-olaizola

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2638662/#director

https://www.directoriorealizadoresficm.com/realizadores/olaizola-yulene/?lang=en

https://theartsofslowcinema.com/tag/yulene-olaizola/

https://pro.festivalscope.com/director/olaizola-yulene/

https://moreliafilmfest.com/diez-directoras-mexicanas-contemporaneas>


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  2. "Diez directoras mexicanas contemporáneas". moreliafilmfest.com. Festival Internacional del Cine en Morelia. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
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  7. "Olaizola, Yulene Dirección, Edición, Fotografía, Guión, Producción, Sonido". www.directoriorealizadoresficm.com. Morelia International Film Fest. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
  8. "Olaizola, Yulene Dirección, Edición, Fotografía, Guión, Producción, Sonido". www.directoriorealizadoresficm.com. Morelia International Film Fest. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
  9. "Sneak Peek at The Art(s) of Slow Cinema journal (Issue 1)". theartsofslowcinema.com. Word Press. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
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