Gema Juarez Allen

Gema Juarez Allen


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EAVE+ Eight Edition 2018

Company details

Position Producer
Company Gema Films


Gema Juarez Allen is a film producer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has produced over 25 films premiered at the most important international film festivals. Among her recent credits are LINA FROM LIMA (María Paz González, 2019, TIFF); PRIVATE FICTION (Andrés Di Tella, 2019, San Sebastián/Zabaltegi); THEATRE OF WAR (Lola Arias, 2018, Berlinale Forum), LA CAMA (Mónica Lairana, 2018, Berlinale Forum), RUBEN BLADES IS NOT MAY NAME (Abner Benaim, 2018, SXSW); EL ESPANTO (Martin Benchimol and Pablo Aparo, 2017, IDFA); SOLDIER (Manuel Abramovich, 2017, Berlinale), ¡VIVAN LAS ANTIPODAS! (Victor Kossakovsky, 2011, Venice). Gema is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and part of EURODOC and EAVE professional networks.? Selected filmography: Lina de Lima (María Paz Gonzalez, 2019, TIFF) ?Ficción Privada (Andrés Di Tella, 2019, San Sebastián/Zabaltegi)?Teatro de Guerra (Lola Arias, 2018, Berlinale), La Cama (Mónica Lairana, 2018, Berlinale) The Dread (Martin Benchimol and Pablo Aparo, 2018, IDFA) Best Film Award Soldado (Manuel Abramovich, 2017, Berlinale) Oscuro Animal (Felipe Guerrero, 2016, Hivos Tiger Competition IFF Rotterdam) Damiana/Kryygi (Alejandro Fernández Mouján, 2016, HOT DOCS) Camino a La Paz (Francisco Varone, 2015, New Directors Busan IFF) 327 Cuadernos (Andrés Di Tella, 2015, San Sebastian IFF Zabaltegi) Invasión (Abner Benaim, 2014, IDFA) Midsummernight’s Tango (Viviane Blumenschein, 2014, Munchen IFF) Corta (Felipe Guerrero, 2012, Bright Future IFF Rotterdam) El Ojo del Tiburón (Alejo Hoijman, 2012, Roma IFF) ¡Vivan las Antípodas! (Victor Kossakovsky, 2011, Película de Apertura Venice IFF)

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