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Ivan Pintor Iranzo

Screenwriter, professor and columnist

Iván Pintor lectures in Audiovisual Communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. He has directed numerous cycles for CaixaFòrum and the Mutations of the Gesture congress (UPF, 2012), made audiovisuals for museums and television, is a regular contributor to the Cultura/s supplement of La Vanguardiaand has taught at universities in Italy, Colombia and Argentina.
He has contributed in articles to over 30 books, including Mad Men (2015, Errata Naturae), Endo-Apocalisse. The Walking Dead, l’immaginario digitale, il post-umano (2015, Area Blu Edizioni), On the Edge of the Panel. Essays on Comics Criticism (2015, Cambridge Scholars), Nagisa Oshima (Donostia Zinemaldia-Festival de Cine San Sebastián; Filmoteca Española, 2013), La Strada di Fellini (Liguori, 2013), Poéticas del gesto en el cine contemporáneo (Intermedio, 2013), Totes les cartes (CCCB, 2012), Le Cinéma de Julio Medem (Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2008), Universo Lynch (Calamar Ediciones/Festival de Sitges, 2006) and Naomi Kawase. El cine en el umbral (T&B Editores, 2008).

Update: 16 July 2020


Ivan Pintor

In the Shadow of Carcosa: True Detective and Television Horror


Has participated in

Darwin’s Nightmare

«Narratives from the Anthropocene» Cine Fòrum

Dramaturgies. Stories incarnated

Course directed by Carles Batlle, in collaboration with the Institut del Teatre