Daniela Trajtenberg

She studied film at New York University. In 1990 she co-directed "Fugar to play", in 1993 directed and wrote the play "The Museum " and in 1996 "Night Village". From 1989 to 1998 she was part of the company "Teatro del Sur" working as artistic director assistant, producer and touring manager. In 2000; She made her first film "Juana". Her photographic training was at the International Centre of Photography (ICP) in New York City. Her teachers in the areas of drawing and painting have been Osvaldo Ferraro and Alicia Benitez.

Juana. Described as involving a painful exploration of wounds and the reliving of forgotten moments where the internal progression of the protagonists unfolds like a whirlwind. Awarded as a Best Experimental Short Film at the 2000 International Film Festival in Arizona, also received the Special Jury Award in the category Original Dramatic Short Film at the 33rd WorldFest Houston, Texas, USA.

Exhibition at Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, Argentina.