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Mitsy Ferrant

Mitsy Ferrant

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Profession: Producer Fixer Coordinato
Location: Mexico City , Mexico
Home base: Mexico City
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Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish
Organization: nosotros somos otros
Journal: http://arteycallejero.blogspot.com/
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Last login: about 2 years ago
Member since: 30 Aug 2006 17:08


Improving urban life through art and culture, studying the impact of urban art, use of public space and urban regeneration on urban dwellers.
I also strive to grow in production, cultural gestation, graphic design, video, new media, digital expression and photographic skills.
Interested in creating a collective social conscience through networking.

I will bring to a project an international perspective, intercultural understanding, an ability to work with people from different backgrounds and areas of expertise.

Arte y Callejero – A blog dedicated to Street Art and urban manifestations around the world

Archivo Callejero – A web site dedicated to the City as a living and working space. It includes a digital archive (photography, video and audio), with its urban elements and artistic manifestations and also an important database in Spanish and hyperlinks to urban regeneration and public space.

- Viajeros Creando a project created to promote tourism through artistic expressions. In its first edition, award winning artists toured the state of Querétaro, in Mexico, to capture its richness and diversity in their creations. www.viajeroscreando.com

- La Doble Vida, first digital Sit Com created exclusively for the web in Mexico for “Emas Televisa” – www.tvolucion.com

- Cine Movil, a project created to provide quality cinema to the rural areas with Open-air festivals dedicated to Mexican films.

- Hazazah Film & Photography
Fixer for Rob Van Den Idsert for photo shoot in Mexico City.

Cine de Luna – 2006 – A project created to bring international cinema to the masses and to regenerate forgotten public spaces. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Terry Gillian was shown to an impressive audience of over 5,000 people in the Zócalo of Mexico City.


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