Andrés Duque is a Spanish filmmaker born Venezuela. His work stands on the periphery of Spanish non-fiction and has a strong essayistic/documentary slant. His debut film, "Iván Z" is a study of cult filmmaker Iván Zulueta. His works has received numerous awards and recognitions on film festivals around the world (Punto de Vista, Cinéma du Réel, Dokufest, D'A, Unicorn Awards, Goya Awards).
They have also been exhibited in cultural centers such as Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Barcelona (MACBA), Modern Art Museum in Vienna (MUMOK), Contemporary Art Museum in Moscow (GARAGE ), Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, among others.
In 2018, he started a two-part project on Karelia, a devided territory between Russia and Finland. He is currently preparing the second part in Finland.
Works: Iván Z (2004), Parallel 10 (2005), Landscapes in a Truck (2006), Bartleby's Constellation (2007), Life Between Worlds Not in Fixed Reality (2008), All You Zombies (2008), It's Not The Image It's The Object (2009), Color Runaway Dog (2011), Dress Rehearsal for Utopia (2012), First Symptoms (2015), Nastasia's Hands (2015), A Film Remembered (2015), Oleg and The Rare Arts (2016), Carelia - International with Monument (2018).