Paula Gaitán
(Brazil)

Paula Gaitán was born in Paris in 1954. A visual artist, photographer, poet, and filmmaker with a Visual Arts degree from the University of Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia, Gaitán has been working in film since 1978, when she participated as an art director in Glauber Rocha’s The Age of the Earth. She has created several documentaries, video art, and plastic art installations for numerous collective exhibitions.

Paula’s work combines a deeply personal artistic vision with palpable reality. Her filmography consists of 9 feature length films. In 2016, the Cinematheque of Museum of Modern Art (MAM - Rio de Janeiro) presented a retrospective of her work , and Mostra Tiradentes, also in Brazil, presented a homage to her work in the 2021 edition. .

Currently lives and works in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.

Filmography
Opera of the Puppies
2021
Steps
2021
Se Hace Camino al Andar
2021
Light in the Tropics
2020
Riverock
2020
Subtle Interferences
2017
Night
2015
Rain in my garden, AGNES VARDA
2015
Memory of Memory
2013
The Volcano Exiles
2013
Agreste / Drylands
2010
Kogi
2009
Life
2008
Monsanto
2008
Diary of Sintra
2007
Through the River
2007
Through the Water
2004
Marta Traba, Palabra Mujer
1997
Presencia , Ausencia
1996
Vuelo de Condor
1995
Lygiapape
1991
Uaká
1988
Olho d’Agua
1987

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