Laura Huertas Millan is a Colombian artist and filmmaker living in France. Her work has been screened internationally in contemporary art venues such as the Guggenheim Museum, the Palais de Tokyo, la Villa Arson, the Annecy Castle, Barcelona's CCCB, LABORAL, MAC Santiago de Chile, MAMBO Colombia, Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Vienna's AwZ. Her films circulate as well in film festivals such as FIDMarseille, Curtas Vila do Conde, 25 FPS, Tampere, Antimatter, l'Alternativa, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Videobrasil biennale, Ficunam and more. She has been awarded fellowships and grants in support of her work from the French government (2001-2008), the City of Paris Production Grant (2010, 2014), the Colombian Film Development Fund (2013) and most recently was awarded at the Videobrasil festival (Resartis Residency Prize, 2013). She studied at the Beaux-Arts de Paris (Fine Arts School of Paris) and le Fresnoy. She is presently a PhD candidate at PSL University, affiliated with the Ecole Nationale Supérieure rue d'Ulm and the Beaux-Arts de Paris in France. She is also a fellow at the Sensory Ethnography Lab, affiliated to the Social Anthropology Program in Harvard University, and a fellow at Harvard's Film Study Center.