Camila Kater | 12:12 | 2019 | Brazil & Spain
Rare, medium rare, medium, medium well and well done. Through intimate and personal stories, five women share their experiences in relation to the body, from childhood to old age.
Camila Kater is a director, animator and production designer. Bachelor of Medialogy with undergraduate sandwich in Film and Television Production by Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK).
She served in stop-motion productions as animator, art director and puppet maker in short as Apple The Trial (2013), Flirt (2015), Indescribable (being finalized); and as an art and animation assistant on the feature film “Bob Cuspe, we do not like people” (in production) from Coala Filmes. Her shortfilm FLESH co-produced by Abano (Spain) and Doctela (Brazil) has been selected for the development of laboratory Bridging The Gap Animation Lab MiradasDoc (Tenerife, Spain).
C. Karter is a member of Campinas Animation Film Center and co-founder / coordinator of the slug (La Extraordinary Week Shows Animated) who completed three editions at Unicamp, with the support of festivals like MONSTRA (Lisbon Animated Film Festival), ANIMAGE (Festival International of Animation of Pernambuco) and StopTrik International Festival (Estonia, Poland).