Arami Ullón was born in Asunción, Paraguay, in 1978, during the long and harsh dictatorship of Alfredo Stroessner. As a director she has done two independent short films: Ausencia de un nombre propio (1998), and Beckon (2000), El Tiempo Nublado (2014) is her first feature documentary. She also directed theatre A bizarre matter of love (2000). As an author, Arami published About abuse and other relatives. She was awarded a scholarship to the Boston Film and Video Foundation, where she studied hands-on filmmaking (US, 2000/2001) Her experience in production includes: music videos, TV programs and commercials for Latin American and European production companies.
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