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January 2017

After a Master in Philosophy & Litterature (ULB, Brussels) and a Degree in Film Directing (IAD, Louvain), Ines Rabadán divides her time between writing, directing and teaching.

Writer, director and editor of short films ("L’autre Silence", "Holiday", "Turtle Sitting", "Now", "If I had ten fingers," "Sunday"), Ines has shown her films in many countries and has won awards in festivals including Clermont-Ferrand, Vendome, Chicago, Aix, Grenoble, Brest or Namur. Her films have been broadcast by many TVs : RTBF, RAI, Canal + France, Arte, among others.

Her feature film "Belhorizon" was selected at festivals such as Montreal, Namur, Créteil, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Santo Domingo, Mannheim-Heidelberg and Vancouver. It was released in Belgium, France and Switzerland in 2006-2007 and was broadcast by RTBF, Swiss television and Canal + France.

She also works as a script-writer together with Laurent Brandenbourger, Stéphane Xhrouet, Laurence Bibot or Sonia Ringoot.
She holds workshops (script-writing and directing) for Un été au Ciné, Article 27, the FIFF, Atelier Jeunes Cinéastes (AJC !), and the Conservatory of Mons (Arts2), and teaches film at ERG (Ecole de Recherche Graphique, Brussels)

Since 2011 she is a member of the Selection Committee for the Film Fund of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, and since May 2014, member of the Belgian Committee of the SACD. She is President of this committee since 2015.

Currently, Ines Rabadán works, together with Lionel Lesire, on a documentary, "Wandering Spirits", and is writing a TV series for the RTBf (Classique, together with L.Brandenbourger, I.Lethem and M.Bergman). She also distributes a documentary she produced and directed, entitled "Domestic Karaoke" already selected Dok Leipzig , Filmer à tout prix (Brussels), Les Inattendus, Verbindingen / junctions, FIPA, Dormund, Uppsala, Brive, Hamburg, it’s All True (Brazil), Linz (Austria) and awarded at Doc en courts (Lyon) and Etoiles de la Scam*

Languages​​ : Bilingual French / Spanish
good knowledge of English and Italian.