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Nicolas Entel, 34, is an Argentine born - Brooklyn based filmmaker, and the recipient of NALIP's 2010 Estela Award. His latest documentary Sins of My Father had its North American premiere at the Sundance Film Festival;
The Hollywood Reporter has called Sins of My Father “a masterwork”.
Previously, Entel directed the multiple award-winning documentary film Orquesta Típica. He is also the founder of Red Creek Productions, which has offices in New York, Buenos Aires and San Jose de Costa Rica.
Entel has also written articles for such publications as America’s Quarterly (United States), La Nación and Haciendo Cine (Argentina), and his work has the subject of lengthy articles in such publications as Time, Newsweek, The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times. He won numerous grants and awards from such organizations as INCAA, NALIP, the MPAA, the Sundance Institute and the Jans Vrijman Fund.
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