Adelaida Trujillo studied anthropology in Colombia, and film and television direction and production in the UK, at the London International Film School and the BBC, also with a British Council scholarship. She worked for a year in the BBC's Music and Arts Department, as an associate producer and researcher for the series Made in Latin America, directed by award winning Mike Dibb.
Co-founder of Citurna, she has been involved in all the projects produced, either on the direction or production side. Adelaida is Vice President of the New Latin American Cinema Corporation based in Bogotá, member of the planning group for the Rockefeller Foundation's Communication for Social Change Network.
She keeps sane by combining "hard docs" with producing children's programs and raising her two kids, Pablo and Violeta, 7 and 5. (09/09)
A film by Adelaida Trujillo and Patricia Castaño, 2002, 78 min., Color
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