Analía Goethals (Mexico City,1991) studied editing and post production in Barcelona, Spain. She focuses on projects with a social perspective and films with an artistic and different angle. Her work as editor has been screened in a number of international film festivals such as Shanghai International Film Festival (Sísifos, best documentary award), FID Marseille (Lumbre, CNAP Award), Donostia Zinemaldia, Sitges Film Festival, FICUNAM and Morelia International Film Festival. She is director and lead editor of DERIVA.MX, a transmedia project that uses film and an array of digital tools, databases, generative algorithms, online participation of the audience among others to propose a new approach to understanding violence in Mexico. The short films resulting from this project have been shown in museums, universities and film festivals like AMBULANTE and Morelia International Film Festival. She edited DERIVA68 an interactive piece about State terrorism commissioned by Tlatelolco’s Memorial Museum in Mexico City. She is currently part of the Mexican Editors Association (AMEE) in the committee for the protection of assistant editors labor rights and emerging editors.
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