Mariana Saffon is a Colombian Writer/Director. Her latest short film,
Entre tú y Milagros, won the Orizzonti Short Film award at the 77th Venice International Film Festival in 2020, the Best Short Film Award at the Hamptons Film Festival and the DGA Jury Award for Best Latino Director for the East Coast among many others.
The short film is now featured in The New Yorker Magazine and in Criterion Channel.
She is a Columbia University MFA Graduate, recipient of the Milos Forman Directing Fellowship and she is currently writing her first feature, La Cría, which will
be shot in Medellín, Colombia.
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ENTRE TÚ Y MILAGROS available at The New Yorker magazine
ENTRE TÚ Y MILAGROS, winner of the Orizzonti Award at the 77th Venice International Film Festival, in now streaming in North America at The New Yorker magazine website, chosen as part of their Screening Room series and reviewed by Andrea DenHoed.
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