Mrs. Jacqueline Venet Gutiérrez

Researcher of the Chair
jacqueline.venet@ urjc.es

Professor, film critic and essayist. Doctor in Art History, Cum Laude, by the University of Zaragoza. Master in Spanish Film Studies from the Rey Juan Carlos University and Bachelor of Art History, With highest praise, by the University of Havana, Cuba.

Exercises the teaching at the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid (Communication Sciences Faculty) and at the Madrid Film Institute and the Canary Islands Film Institute (Editing and Postproduction Diplomas, and Creative Documentary) teaching the subjects History of Film Editing, Film Analysis and Problems of Contemporary Documentary Discourse. He also advises final documentary film projects. Is Editor-in-Chief of the film criticism section at Cine Cubano magazine. He has been Adjunct Professor at the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba (EICTV) and the Faculty of Audiovisual Communication Media of the Higher Institute of Art (FAMCA), as well as Cultural Promoter and Audiovisual Specialist of the Hispano-American Center of Culture of Havana.

He has given conferences and workshops on Hispanic American audiovisual in national and international institutions such as City University of Hong Kong; University of Waterloo; Autonomous Metropolitan University-Xochimilco (HOW); International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV), José Martí International Institute of Journalism, Higher Institute of Art (ISA), University of Havana; University of Zaragoza and University of La Laguna.

Recognized four times with the Award for criticism and audiovisual essay by the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC). Member of the International Federation of the Cinematographic Press (FIPRESCI), of Latin American Studies Association (LEAVE), and the UNEAC. He has been on several occasions a jury of the FIPRESCI of the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, Lucas National Music Video Award, and participant of the Talent Campus of the Guadalajara International Film Festival, Mexico.

As Lecturer-researcher, has participated in national and international congresses and his articles have appeared in various specialized publications. His main research lines are: contemporary visual practices; art-politics-identity relations; gender studies in audiovisual. Ha comisariado diversas exposiciones sobre audiovisual y arte contemporáneo y fue Ayudante de Dirección del documental 25 km.