Fernanda Del Nido
EAVE Project: Dust
National Coordinator Latin America
EAVE PRODUCERS WORKSHOP 2008
EAVE+ Fifth Edition 2015
TIES THAT BIND 2012
Fernanda del Nido (Buenos Aires, 1974) is an MPXA and EAVE graduate and has also participated in EAVE-Puentes, EAVE-Ties that Bind and ACE.
She usually works as a tutor as well as teaching masterclasses in universities and cultural institutions around Ibero-America. In 2006 she founded TIC TAC PRODUCCIONES, an independent production company based in Spain.
Noteworthy titles are Polvo (Julio Hernández Cordón, 2012. WP at Locarno IFF 2012), Tralas luces (Sandra Sánchez, 2011. Creative documentary. WP at San Sebastián IFF), 18 comidas (Jorge Coira, 2010) or Agua fría de mar (Paz Fábrega, 2010. Tiger Award at Rotterdam IFF).
In 2014 Fernanda created SETEMBRO CINE, a Spanish independent production company from which she participates in such relevant international coproductions as Una mujer fantástica (Sebastián Lelio, 2017. Winner of the Oscar to the Best Foreign Language Film) or Neruda (Pablo Larraín, 2016. Nominated to the Golden Globes), both award-winning films, selected at major festivals and sold to all the world.
She also coproduced Princesita (Marialy Rivas, 2017. WP at Toronto IFF and European Premiered at San Sebastián IFF).
SETEMBRO CINE also carried out production services in Spain for long-feature films. Fernanda currently produces and coproduces films by directors with their own identity, stories that leave a mark.
She has recently coproduced La boda de Rosa (Iciar Bollain, 2020. Special Jury Award at Málaga IFF 2020. Released in August and still on the billboard, among the Top10 of box-office hits in Spain during 2020).
She is now leading the development of La llegada del hijo by Valeria Pivato and Cecilia Atán, and La nadadora by Sandra Sánchez.