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Caroline Neal was born in Danville, Virginia, in the United States in 1965. She lived for ten years in Boston where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University, majoring in the Comparative Study of World Religions with a focus on Islam. She received the “Benjamin Trustman Fellowship” for independent studies in India examining the relationship between contemplative life and social activism; she worked for Mother Teresa, and lived in Hindu ashrams and a Buddhist monastery. Returning from India, she received her Masters of Fine Arts from the graduate film program at New York University, where she won the Martin Scorsese Post-Production Award. She moved to Buenos Aires in 2000 to begin work on her first feature-length film, the documentary “Si Sos Brujo” about the creation of the Tango Orchestra School. At that point, the school was still just a good idea without funding. During pre-production, she fell in love with the founder of the school, Ignacio Varchausky. They have been married. They live in Buenos Aires.
- El Arranque 2002. Director, Producer, Editor. 2002.
- Cabulero. Director, Producer, Editor. 2001.
- Jackson Down. Director, Writer, Editor. Winner of Martin Scorsese Award 2000.
Fiction, 16 mm, color, 19 min., 2000.
- O For The Wings. Director, Writer, Editor.
Fiction, 16 mm, color, 12 min., 1998.
- Twitch and Shout: Living with Tourette Syndrome. Producer, Writer. Nominated to EMMYs Awards.
Documentary, Video, color, 58 min. 1994.
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