Julieta Tetelbaum (Buenos Aires, 1990) is a queer film director, cinematographer, screenwriter and choreographer based in London. Her artistic vision revolves around compelling themes such as gender, feminism, childhood, violence, intimacy, and sexuality. Tetelbaum's short films have garnered recognition worldwide, among these: "The Misfortune of Femininity" (2020), "Wake Up! It's Yesterday" (2021), "Black Chalk" (2022), and "Joy" (2023). These films are part of the collection of the Library of Congress of Argentina, have been exhibited in museums, art galleries, and international film festivals. By challenging conventional storytelling and traditional cinematic norms, Tetelbaum's thought-provoking stories serve as catalysts for introspection, reflection, empathy, and dialogue. Through her lens, she creates a platform for marginalised voices to be heard, actively confronting social norms, urging viewers to question preconceived notions and embrace a broader understanding of the human experience.
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