Andrés Duque is a Spanish filmmaker born in Caracas, Venezuela. His work is affiliated to the periphery of the spanish non-fiction with a strong character on the documentary field and the essayistic. His first film “Ivan Z” is a portrait of the cult filmmaker Iván Zulueta. In 2011, he made his first feature film debut with “Color Runaway Dog”. The film premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and won the Audience Award at Punto de Vista International Documentary Film. In 2012 is invited to The Flaherty Film Seminar in New York. In 2013 he receives the City of Barcelona Award for his film “Dress Rehearsal for Utopia”. "Oleg and the rare Arts" is his most recent film and has gotten numerous awards. In 2018 he begins a project in two parts about Karelia, a region divided between Russia and Finland.
Ivan Z (2004), Paralell 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). Karelia: International with Monument (2019).