Here you will find the profiles of directors, producers, audiovisual producers, actors, technical staff, etc. That by their trajectory and recognition have a prominent place in the national cinema.

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Carlos Osuna

Born in Bogotá, Colombia on September 20, 1980, Osuna is a graduate of the Universidad Javeriana’s School Visual Arts. He has focused on a career as a film and video art director and has won recognition in this field in Latin America, Europe and the United States. His first feature film Gordo, calvo y bajito premiered May 18, 2012 and stars Álvaro Bayona and a Colombian cast including Julio Medina, Jairo Camargo, Marcela Mar, Sandra Reyes, Fernando Arévalo, Ernesto Benjumea and Elkin Díaz. The film uses rotoscoping as a narrative element.
His work as a video artist earned him Best Experimental Video and the Jurors’ Best Video Award for at the 2000 Equinoccio Film Festival. In 2002, he won a Pre-Colombian Golden Circle for Best Fiction Video at the Bogotá Film Festival and Honorable Mention at the First Latin American and Caribbean Video Art Competition and Exhibit. In 2003, he received an honorary degree from the Universidad Javeriana in recognition of his career and especially the film Antesala.
In 2004, his video Loop análogo (2003) was selected for the Berlinale Talent Campus at the Berlin Film Festival and took Honorable Mention at the Latin American Video Art Biennial in Washington, DC. The year 2008 was filled with outstanding achievements including a retrospective of his work at the Rencontres Cinémas d’Amérique Latine in Toulouse, France, which included several of his films and three multi-media concerts, and the selection of Gordo, calvo y bajito for the Films in Progress section at the San Sebastian Film Festival. The project was also awarded a FDC (Film Development Fund) grant in 2009, along with a grant from the Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation and an artist’s residency at the Contemporary Artists’ Residency Center (CRAC) in Valparaíso, Chile.  This first film by Osuna received several other awards including Best Project at the 2010 Cartagena International Film Festival’s International Producers’ Encounter and was selected for the Cannes Festival Producers Network in 2010. The film took part in the 2010 Annecy Film Festival Market and in 2011 received a grant from Fond Sud Cinéma. It was also selected for Guadalajara Construye 5 at the Guadalajara Film Festival where it won the Fix Comunicación and New Digital Art awards.
His filmography also includes Dentro de poco voy a morir (2000), Epacta (2000), Mira la tele (2001), Punto de espera (2002), Sa-10 No Ac Adaptor Vol 1 (2005) and Es popular (2009).
Osuna teaches two classes at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in the Audiovisual Media Program of the School of Visual Arts. He is also the CEO of Malta Cine SAS, the production company he founded with Juan Mauricio Ruiz, currently producing the documentary film Dar vida a la vida, recipient of a Francisco Javier Fund Social Project grant.