Martha Uc

Uc studied Communication Sciences at the Anahuac University – Mayab in Merida. From 2007 onwards, she has been working in the department of editing and postproduction of several films including: Los que se quedan, Presunto Culpable, .56%, El ingeniero, Bajo Tortura and De Panzazo. She edited the short film by Inés Morales, La vida es un rocanrol (Life is Rock ‘n’ Roll), winner of the prize for post production support at IMCINE 2014, and the feature film El patio de mi casa (The courtyard of my house) by Carlos Hagerman, winner of the Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Ambulante 2015 scholarship. Since 2011, she has collaborated with the program Ambulante Más Allá providing editing advice, as well as in the program of Identity and belonging at the Guanajuato International Festival (GIFF). She is currently collaborating on projects Safari in Tepito and El grito más fuerte (The loudest scream) with Maya Goded in a web documentary on Oaxacan indigenous women leaders. Uc collaborated with inSite/ Casa Gallina as project editor for Erick Meyenberg’s project.