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Bruno_Ramos

Bruno Ramos

Portugal

Biography

Bruno Ramos was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1975. He studied photography, cinema and critical studies in contemporary art. Holds a Master degree in documentary filmmaking from Goldsmiths College in London passed with distinction. His work as a visual artist, mainly photography and video, has been developed and exhibited internationally. In 2006 he won the BES Revelation award in Portugal and in 2010 awarded the Gulbenkian Foundation development grant. This year he won the Fuso Videoarte jury award with his film Factory. Currently works and lives in London.


Filmography:
Better Life (U.K., 2013)
Thabo (U.K., 2012)
Factory (U.K., 2011)
Where I am going (Portugal, 2009)

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Better Life

Better Life (Orig.) / 2013 / United Kingdom / 6 min

Better Life tells a twinned narrative of two struggles of service and citizenship. The audio captures the story of Birendra M., a Nepalese man who served in the First Gulf War in a special division of the British army called the Gurkhas...

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