Synopsis: The City of Corrientes in summer. On the shores of Paraná, in the shadow under General Belgrano Bridge, thousands of families compete for space for their umbrella and chaise lounge. Priscila, a 7 year old girl no one pays any attention to, sets out in pursuit of an elusive toy vendor, getting further away from her family and closer to adventure.
She studied Film Directing at CIEVYC and Professional Photography at the Maestro Quinquela School of Photography and Visual Arts. Graduated in Teaching of Audiovisual Arts from the National University of San Martín (UNSAM) and from the National School of Cinematographic Experimentation and Realization (ENERC). She works in the area of direction in film and television. He also works as a teacher at Espacio Acción and at the National University of San Martín. She specializes in making video clips. She directed more than 14 short films and 30 video clips, for which he received 25 national and international awards, among which the short film “Little Red Riding Hood and the Woodcutter in the Mount, after the happy ending” (2013), made with the support of Incaa, stands out. recorded entirely in the Chaco mountain. She is currently finishing the post-production of his short film La Playita, winner of the Short Stories contest of the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts 2017 and pre-producing his first fiction feature film El Impenetrable, winner of the Opera Prima contest, organized by INCAA .
She is co-founder of “LOBA – Manada audiovisual” producer of audiovisual content and of the documentary feature “Dilda dominga feminista”, winner of the INCAA Vía Digital subsidy (2019) for production and the Mecenazgo program (2019).