Museo de Pontevedra
ZELTIA OUTEIRIÑO & SILVIA FUENTES
Zeltia Outeiriño will share, along with Silvia Fuentes, producer of the film, her experience in the ideation, development and (re)formulation of Patarinos, her first feature film project, selected in the 5th edition of our #LAB. A project inspired by the filmmaker’s family biography that reveals how the filmmaker’s motivations or initial purposes can change when life and the intangible appear and claim her attention. This event will be broadcasted live.
Zeltia Outeiriño (1978, Madrid) studied Advertising and Public Relations at the University of Vigo and Audiovisual Communication at the UB, Barcelona. At 27, she worked as a TV camera operator and made her first medium-length film, El Bazar Solidario (2005). In 2009, she left television and embarked on a trip to Colombia. There she directed her second medium-length film, Vientos de Resistencia. Back in Barcelona, she got her attention into the creative processes of participatory video and founded the collective Las Mirillas, where she carries out projects with socially vulnerable groups. In 2018, Outeiriño enrolled in the master’s degree in Creative Documentary at Univ. Pompeu Fabra, UPF, Barcelona, and began to develop her debut feature, the full-length documentary Patarinos, a project based on her personal and family history, currently in post-production.
Silvia Fuentes (1990, A Estrada, Spain), Master’s Degree of Executive Production PROA-Blanquerna and bachelor’s degree in Audiovisual Communication at the Universidade de Vigo. Fuentes finishes her career at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and between 2019 and 2021 she works for the production company Lastor Media. She has worked as an executive producer at Sétima production company since 2018 and as a production manager in projects such as ¿Qué hicimos mal?, La estación violenta and Matria. As an executive producer, Silvia is finishing the feature movie Cuando toco un animal, by Ángel Filgueira, which will be premiered in 2023, and producing Patarinos¸ by Zeltia Outeiriño, and Las líneas discontinuas, by Anxos Fazáns.