Malaga, May 4 (EFE) .- The Navarrese editor Julia Juaniz, with a professional career of thirty years in which she has participated in more than sixty films, will receive the Ricardo Franco Award at the twenty-fourth Malaga Spanish Film Festival, to be held from June 3 to 13.
This award is granted by the Malaga Festival in collaboration with the Film Academy for the thirteenth consecutive year to recognize prestigious technicians for their work behind the cameras, the Malaga contest reported this Tuesday in a statement.
Julia Juaniz (Arellano, Navarra) studied Medicine at the University of Zaragoza and photography courses at the Spectrum gallery in Zaragoza.
Since 1986 he has been a professional filmmaker, and in 1992 he attended the editing process of the film "The Time of Intruders" ("Trespass") by Walter Hill, edited by Davis Freeman in Los Angeles.
Since 1990 she has worked as an editor for films and documentaries, with numerous directors such as Carlos Saura, Víctor Erice, Rafael Gordon, Alberto Morais, Ramón Barea, Paula Cons, Bobby Moresco and Mark Steven Johnson, among others.
A member of the Film Academy and of her North American and European counterparts, the editor also holds photography and installation exhibitions, paints film negatives that she later projects, makes light boxes, and directs and writes short films. EFE
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