Carolina Gonzalez is a Colombian born filmmaker. She worked as the Assistant Director in Marketing and Distribution for Columbia Tristar Films in Bogotá, Colombia before returning to New York to study Film, Electronic Arts Media and Sculpture at Bard College. She graduated from Bard College with a B.A. in Film and Integrated Arts in 2004. She then worked as an assistant editor for Follow Productions and varied other clients that ranged from independent documentary filmmakers to narrative filmmakers. She is interested in the visual and narrative possibilities that blending the languages of documentary filmmaking and experimental filmmaking can create in relationship to the human condition and the phenomenological nature of the moving image. Documentary Films that have inspired her are many but include: Lucien Casting-Taylor’s “Sweetgrass”, the films of Sergei Loznitsa, the films of Artavazd Peleshian, and the films of Robert Gardner.
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