Laura Huertas Millán (born in Bogota, 1983) is a filmmaker and artist, living and working between Colombia, France and the United States. Infused by the real, her films propose multilayered narratives where fiction and documentary interpenetrate. Her work has been screened internationally in a number of film festivals and art centers, such as the Guggenheim Museum NY, the Palais de Tokyo, MAMBO Colombia, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Barcelona's CCCB, FIDMarseille, Videobrasil biennial, Ficunam, among others. Solo shows include la Villa Arson in Nice (France) and Annecy Castle Museum. She has been awarded fellowships and grants from the City of Paris, the Colombian Film Development Fund, Harvard’s Film Study Center, and prizes from Videobrasil festival and the Moving Image Biennial in Argentina. She is presently a PhD candidate at the Ecole Normale Superieure rue d’Ulm and the Beaux-Arts de Paris in France, and a fellow at the Sensory ethnography lab and the Film Study Center in Harvard University.