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León Siminiani studied Spanish Literature and Film Theory in Spain as well as Film Directing at Columbia University in New York.
His first fiction short Dos Más (2001) earned him a Best Latino Director Award at the US DGA Student Awards 2002, and a Best Drama Award (EMMY Student Awards 2002).
Later Archipiélago (2003) won the Jury Award, Best Screenplay and Audience Awards at the Columbia University Film Festival 2003 an was chosen as a finalist in the Showtime Latino Filmmakers Showcase 2004 and Ludoterapia (2007), best short in Europa Cinema 2007 (Italy).
His work in the non-fiction area includes the micro film-essay series Key Concepts of the Modern World Series that have been awarded with over 50 international awards, and Límites (2008), film diaries included in the upcoming Spanish Experimental Film Retrospective commissioned by CCCB for 2009.
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