Fremdina Bianco (Misiones, Argentina, 1990) is a filmmaker, writer, and teacher.
She has a degree in Cinematography with a focus on Directing and Film Production from the Universidad del Cine (FUC). She has a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and university training in Editorial Policies and Social Librarianship at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters (UBA). Diploma in Management of Organizations with a Gender Perspective from the Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas Eva Perón and the UAI.
Selected in the Authors’ Workshop Filming in Cuba with Abbas Kiarostami (EICTV), in Cine Qua Non-Lab (Mexico), in the Bienal de Arte Joven de Buenos Aires, in Rodando Páginas and in the Can Serrat Writers’ Residence. Winner of the Raymundo Gleyzer Contest and the Contest for Projects in Development of Unproduced Fiction Feature Films (INCAA).
Director and screenwriter of the feature film No hay tierra sin mal and eight short films. Her works were selected and awarded in several national and international festivals. Screenwriter of the series Chaco Nataxalá. Author of the novel Esto que me pasa (finalist in the BA Biennial), the short stories Las amigas no mienten and Producir; and the micro-story series Goce.
Fremdina will be in residence at Can Serrat during the months of May-June 2023.