Hall of Frame

he Hall of Frame research project focuses its study on a series of documentary interviews dedicated to national filmmakers, in which their careers are analyzed and, in particular, the strategies and resources they employ in their areas of work within the production, editing and post-production processes of key titles in our cinema.

he Hall of Frame research project focuses its study on a series of documentary interviews dedicated to national filmmakers, in which their careers are analyzed and, in particular, the strategies and resources they employ in their areas of work within the production, editing and post-production processes of key titles in our cinema.

The project, funded by the UMH’s competitive Tender for Science, Technology and Innovation Dissemination Projects 2016 (RR 1008/16) has a first volume registered with the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts, dedicated to Teresa Font. One of the most prolific and reputable editors in Spanish cinema, she has won two Goya Awards (Días contados, Imanol Uribe, 1994; and Dolor y Gloria, Pedro Almodóvar, 2019), and the Ricardo Franco Award 2016 at the Malaga Film Festival, for a career that includes, among other films, Jamón, Jamón (Bigas Luna, 1992), La pasión turca (Vicente Aranda, 1994), and El día de la Bestia (Álex de la Iglesia, 1995). This episode of Hall of Frame also features the collaboration of film director Imanol Uribe and directors Helena Taberna and Daniela Fejerman.

The project, funded by the UMH’s competitive Tender for Science, Technology and Innovation Dissemination Projects 2016 (RR 1008/16) has a first volume registered with the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts, dedicated to Teresa Font. One of the most prolific and reputable editors in Spanish cinema, she has won two Goya Awards (Días contados, Imanol Uribe, 1994; and Dolor y Gloria, Pedro Almodóvar, 2019), and the Ricardo Franco Award 2016 at the Malaga Film Festival, for a career that includes, among other films, Jamón, Jamón (Bigas Luna, 1992), La pasión turca (Vicente Aranda, 1994), and El día de la Bestia (Álex de la Iglesia, 1995). This episode of Hall of Frame also features the collaboration of film director Imanol Uribe and directors Helena Taberna and Daniela Fejerman.