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Camila Fabbri

Camila Fabbri

Filmmaker

BIO

Born in Buenos Aires in 1989, she is a writer, director, and actress. She wrote and directed the theater plays Brick, Mi primer Hiroshima, Condición de buenos nadadores, En lo alto para siempre, and Recital olímpic” (the last two co-created with Eugenia Pérez Tomas). She published the short story collection Los accidentes with Notanpuan and Planeta Argentina, which was later republished in Mexico, Chile, and Spain. She then penned the non-fiction book El día que apagaron la luz, published by Seix Barral Argentina and reprinted in Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, and Spain; this book was declared of cultural interest by the Government of the City of Buenos Aires. Her latest work is the short story collection Estamos a salvo, also published by Seix Barral Argentina and reissued in Mexico and Spain. She was part of the Ochenteros: selection, writers born in the ’80s, during the Guadalajara Book Fair (2017). Her works have been translated into English, Italian, Portuguese, and Chinese. In 2021, Granta magazine selected her among the top 25 Spanish-speaking narrators under the age of 35. As an actress, she was nominated for the Cóndor de Plata Awards as a revelation for the film Dos disparos, directed by Martín Rejtman. Clara se pierde en el bosque is her directorial debut in feature films.

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