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Mars, Oman and Moon Diary, space exploration in essay film by Vanessa del Campo Gatell

Vanessa del Campo is a Spanish film director based in Belgium, where she is currently pursuing a PhD in the Arts, focusing on filmmaking, at the Royal Institute for Theatre, Cinema and Sound at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her research topic is “Female voices and dominant science narratives in essay film”.

Her last short documentary film Mars, Oman was premiered at Visions du Reel, where it received the IDFA Talent Award, among other recognized international awards for some previous short films. Vanessa is graduated with a Master of Audiovisual Arts at LUCA School of Arts, in Brussels. Besides, she has also studied Scriptwriting and Project Development at EICTV, in Cuba. As first training, she holds a PhD in Aerospace Engineering at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and a Master in Aerospace Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

In the next #Women4Space conference, she will explain to us her working trajectory and the motivations of a curious woman that turned her space knowledge into art. Later on, she will talk about her last winner project Mars, Oman. And finally, she will spoil us with the project that she is involved in right now!

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