Felipe Gálvez was born in Santiago de Chile in 1983 and graduated from the Universidad del Cine, in Buenos Aires Argentina. He has directed short films, standing out among them are “Be Quiet Please” (Silencio en la sala), which received the BAFICI Best Short Film Award 2009, and I’m Always Looking From Here (Yo de aquí te estoy mirando) premiered at the Rotterdam International Film Festival in 2011. Lately, he directed Raptor (Rapaz), premiered at The International Critics' Week, Cannes Film Festival 2018. He currently resides in Santiago, where he has worked as a film editor in many feature films, among them Alex Anwandter's You’ll Never Be Alone (Nunca vas a estar solo) (2015), Martín Rodríguez Redondo's Marilyn (2018), both premiered at Panorama, Berlinale, and Princesita, directed by Marialy Rivas, premiered at TIFF 2017. Felipe Gálvez is developing his first feature film The Settlers (Los colonos).
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