Cibrán Tenreiro is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the
da Comunicación of the USC. D. from the same university, he also holds a
Master in Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Studies from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and has a specialisation in Audiovisual Documentary and Film Researcher from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. His work as a researcher examines the creative uses of low-budget tools of low-budget tools, the relationship between music and cinema and the creative production of communities of fans and scenes, as well as different lines related to and scenes, as well as different lines related to Galician cinema, such as the use of archive material or the role of criticism. His text “Precarious balances. An approximation to the videos of a Galician underground scene Galician underground scene” was awarded the María Luz Morales Prize for essays written on Galician audiovisuals. Outside the academy, she has worked as a cultural journalist for cultural journalist in media such as Radio Gallega or VEINTE, and in the communication team of
communication team of festivals such as Cortocircuito or the Carballo Interplay, and participates in projects such as Cineclube de Compostela.
AusArt Journal for Research in Art, número
De illas e sereas. Para unha historia do cinema en lingua galega
Música, Sonido y Silencio en el Audiovisual: El sonido documental. Daniel Torras i Segura (ed.)