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Diana Gandra (Río de Janeiro, Brasil, 20/07/1984). Con una Maestría II en teorías y prácticas del lenguaje y las artes en la Escuela de Estudios Avanzados en Ciencias Sociales (EHESS – París), Diana ha trabajado como directora, editora jefe y fotógrafa para varias productoras, agencias de comunicación, canales de televisión y festivales tanto en Brasil como en Francia. Documentalista experimentada, ha cubierto la Copa del Mundo de Fútbol y los Juegos Olímpicos. Actualmente, Diana trabaja en productoras de la región de París como freelance. «Revolución Extranjera» es su segunda película como directora, después de «Wayuri» (2022).

Diana Gandra (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 07/20/1984). With a Master II in theories and practices of language and the arts at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS – Paris), Diana has worked as a director, editor-in-chief and photographer for several production companies, communication agencies, television channels and festivals in both Brazil and France. An experienced documentary filmmaker, she has covered the Soccer World Cup and the Olympic Games. Currently, Diana works for production companies in the Paris region as a freelancer. “Revolution Abroad” is her second film as a director, after “Wayuri” (2022).

Filmography available

Revolución Extranjera (Revolution Abroad)
09/10/20232024, biography, crime, death, Debut, discrimination, documentary, drama, family, Film Catalog, gender-based violence, Human rights, identity, Justice, politics, religion, short film, social, Spain, terrorismo, woman, Woman director, , , Optional

Revolución Extranjera (Revolution Abroad)

The death of Mahsa Amini in the hands of the police spiked a revolution in Iran to fight for human rights and to topple the Ayatollah regime. As happened in 1979, events on foreign lands play a major role in the movement....