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Gris Jordana studied in ESCAC and specialized in Cinematography.

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Gris Jordana studied in ESCAC and specialized in Cinematography. Her studies include an exchange program in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore), where she shot Be Active (2002) her first documentary as co-director and cinematographer. Studies include two specialized workshops “Optics and Sensitometry” and “Documentary Filmmaking” by Alan Rosenthal (BBC, National Geographic).

She was selected for the BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS 2004 and started working in the industry as camera assistant and focus puller on more than 15 features. Meanwhile, she was shooting her own projects as Cinematographer starting with documentaries and independent features.

Her first feature Aina (2011) was shot in Nigeria in 2011, for American director Olamide Maroor. After that she shot: Bluu (2012) for french director Alain Denmyer, Family Tour (2013) directed by Liliana Torres, which premiered at San Sebastian Film Festival and was selected for Busan Film Festival, Warsaw Film Festival and was the winner at Rec Tarragona and Crossing Europe Film Festival.

Her last feature, Pozoamargo (2015) for Mexican director Enrique Rivero, just won Nuevas Olas prize in Sevilla Film Festival, and her last short film El Adiós (2015) by Clara Roquet, won a student BAFTA and has been selected for Toronto, Telluride and Clermont Ferrand, and will be participating in the European Film Awards. It has also been bought by HBO latino.

Last year she shot Se quien eres (2016) for TV, directed by Pau Freixas, and produced by Filmax for TV5 a main TV station in Spain.

In documentary, she has shot The Jungle Prescription (2011), directed by Canadian CCB TV shot in Peruvian Amazon; Camera/Woman (2012) by Karima Zoubir, shot in Morocco and selected in IDFA 2012 bought by Al-Jazeera and Rai and distributed in USA by Woman Make Movies.

Other titles include: Si j’avais une Vache (2012), Otro Escenario (2010), Logosferas (2008), Los Quixotes de la Marcha (2013). Currently she is working on Amal about Syrian refugees and CEARES a story about a football team in north Spain.

Her complete CV can be downloaded at or at (Gris Jordana).

Mexico, Spain
Willing to travel