Professional Information
De Silva De La Torre
Education, Honors & Awards
National Film and Television School
Masters Degree, Cinematography (2013)
Personal Information
She is a member of the International Collective Female Cinematographers And created Aperture which is a female cinematographers association in Mexico
Travel, acrobatics on fabric, walks in mountain, biking
Worked in feature films, Short films, fiction, documentary, music videos and commercials, I have experience given masterclasses and workshops
11-15 Years
Celuloide, video, stop motion, final cut, premiere, celtix, final draft. Spanish, French, English, 30% Japanese, 10%Russian
I was born in Paris, but grew up in Mexico City. Since I was a child I dreamed of making movies. Being caught up between two cultures made me understand the diversity that exists in the world. I have always been amazed by human behavior and the relationships we have between each other. The desire to capture, explore and create different worlds is what drove my passion in film. After high school I started my studies in film at Instituto Ruso de Cine Sergei Eisenstein. Soon I realized that this school was more focused on Directing and as my interests have always been in Cinematography I abandoned the school and studied in Vancouver Film School, in Canada. After graduation I came back to Mexico in 2006 and started working in commercials, shorts, documentaries and music videos, first in production and later as a focus puller. Between 35mm cameras, video cameras, production, focus pulling and second units, 6 years went by. Always looking for a way to improve I decided to go back to school and do a Masters Degree in Cinematography at the prestigious National Film and Television School in the United Kingdom. I worked in Canada, London, Ireland, Switzerland, India and Mexico. I am also a member of the International Collective of Female Cinematographers, and funder of Apertura, an association of female Cinematographers in Mexico.
Cinematography Film Production
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