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Inner Territory

Inner Territory, is an audiovisual essay dedicated to the corporeal nature of the forest. Is the eternal bond with man and the artificial environment, is a work that comes close to the spiritual nature in itself. Is the dual relation with the forest reflected through the manipulation of man and the natural resources of the same.

  • Ussiel Madera Ferragut
    Las hijas de Guadalupe, La Pimienta y el Jabón
  • Ussiel Madera Ferragut
    Las hijas de Guadalupe, La Pimienta y el Jabón
  • Alejandra Aparicio Soto
  • Ussiel Madera Ferragut
    Las hijas de Guadalupe, La Pimienta y el Jabón
  • Alejandra Aparicio Soto
    Key Cast
  • Galo Gonzáles
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Territorio Interior
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    6 minutes 24 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 20, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 USD
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  • Mexico City
    October 17, 2016
    Filmoteca UNAM Sala Julio Bracho
Director Biography - Ussiel Madera Ferragut

Ussiel Madera Ferragut, was born on September 5, 1987 in Pinar del Río, Cuba. She is a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Painting profile of the Professional School of Fine Arts and Licensed in Audiovisual Media in the Photography profile of the Higher Institute of Arts, Havana, Cuba in the year 2013. She has studied script and Dramaturgy at the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television in 2009, Cinematography at the International School of Cinema and Television of San Antonio de los Baños in 2009 and 2013, Photography at the Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico, in 2012. He has performed his professional work as Director of Photography and Assistant Photographer in multiple fiction and documentary short films, highlighting his participation in the documentary short film "Hombres de Cocodrilo" and the fiction feature "La Pimienta y el Soap" with the TV Production House Cuban TVC, both exhibited in Cuba. As documentary filmmaker he directed, among others, the documentary "Las hijas de Guadalupe" 2013, exhibited at the International Festival of Latin American Cinema of Havana, Cuba in the MMXIII Edition, and Ophthalmic 2nd Audiovisual Exhibition Xalapa, Mexico.
In the year 2014 he was a lecturer at the University of Arts giving classes in Camera and Audiovisual Photography in this institution. He obtained the grant of the Artistic Residency Program for Iberoamerican and Haitian creators in Mexico of FONCA for projects of artistic creation and documentary development. In 2014 he taught the Mochila Documentary Workshop at Buñuel House in Mexico and collaborated in the Workshop "Image Education: Community Documentary Photography. Non-Visual Perception, "made at Videoteca DocsDF Mexico City during 2015. She has worked with Cassiopeia Lab on multiple documentary and video art projects highlighting" Zona de Penumbras "for the artist Galia Eibenschutz and the Video Clips productions of the singers Paco Cobos, Mariana Seoane and Julio Camejo, serving as Assistant Director and Editor of the director Ernesto Fundora. He collaborated as an audiovisual director in the contemporary dance company Fóramen M. Ballet in Cuernavaca, Morelos in 2015.
The short film "Interior Territory" filmed and directed by him, in the town of Tepoztlán, Morelos, was Official Selection of ECOFILM FESTIVAL 2016 exhibited in the Film Library of the UNAM.
He was a member of the 1st Encuentro cinematográfico "Collective Crew" in which he developed as director of photography in the short film "Corazón Robado" realized in the magical town of Real del Monte, Mexico presented in the Museum Soumaya. In this year I worked as Director of Photography in collaboration with Cauac Films for the fiction project "Consuelo", at present the same is in the post-production phase. He develops as a Filmmaker and Director of Freelance Photography sharing residence in Cuba and Mexico.

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