Andrés Pulido Esteva
Andrés Pulido Esteva holds a Master's degree in documentary filmmaking from Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos (CUEC-UNAM) and a Postgraduate degree in Arts and Design from UNAM, México City.
In 2011, his production Poniente Oriente, won first place in short films forthe best documentary film at the "Zenate" Film and Documentary Video Festival of Colima México. In the same year, his short film "Contra el silencio, todas las voces" was honoured with a special distinction at the Encounter of Hispano-American Independent Film and Video Productions. In 2012 "Contra el silencio, todas las voces" was part of the Official Selection of Festival International du film d'environnement (FIFE) and at the 7th Festival Internacional de Cine Documental de la Ciudad de México (DOCSDF). His short documentary Tlalocan, paraíso del agua (2016) was also part of the Official Selection at the 14th Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia (FICM). In addition to his own productions, Andrés Pulido Esteva has also collaborated on several projects related to expanded cinema and reappropriation in which he uses orphan home-made productions in combination with a variety of audiovisual materials. He has presented several pieces of work focused on the reassembly and reuse of film archives such as the short movies Cementerio claro (2013) and Carta para dormir (2013).
Andrés Pulido is professor of Video Art at the Faculty of Arts and Design of the UNAM and of Direction of Documentaries at the Centre of Communication Sciences. He is currently collaborating producer of the television programme Tragaluz.