MA in Filmmaking (London Film School & London Metropolitan University). BA in Psychology (Universidad de Buenos Aires).
He published Atlántov (Short novel, Ediciones del Dock, 2016), Duda patrón (Microfictions & Prose Poems, Editorial Alción, 2010), El agujero (Short Stories, Editorial Florida Blanca, 1995), 1st Prize Puerto Madryn City Council (Province of Chubut & National Arts Fund of Argentina). He has a new book coming out in early 2016.
His poems and short stories awards include 1996 International Poetry Competition, Semifinalist (Atlanta, USA, 1996). In 1993 the Argentine Ministry of Culture awarded him the First National Prize for Young Poets. He has been published in magazines, websits, blogs and and newspapers in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, England, France, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Scotland, Spain & USA.
Federico is an award winning independent writer/producer/director. Over the past 11 years he has taught creative writing, screenwriting and video production at Buenos Aires Comunicación, UBA, UADE, Artilaria, ISER, Villa Victoria Ocampo, Centro Cultural Julio de Salazar.
Since 2015 he has been giving seminars on Opera and Vocal Chamber Music in AMIA, MAR Museum (Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires), Argentina National LIbrary & Association of Friends of the National Museum of Fine Arts.
His films include: Cest Tout and I & Thou. I & Thou was screened at V Irish Latin American Film Festival (Dublin and Portalaoise), XXIII Uruguay International Film Festival, San Pablo Short Film Festival, XXII Mar del Plata International Film Festival. I & Thou won Best Production at IV UNIACC Chile Film Festival, Best Experimental Short Film in IV Internacional Miami Short Film Festival.
He worked as DOP and Camera Operator in several short films: Liz (Dir. Kilpatrick Anderson), Ballerina (Dir. Svetla Tsortsokova), Brighton 1956 (Dir. Svetla Tsortsokova), Lucozade (Dir. Paz Fabrega), Romeo´s Talents (Dir. Daniel Silber), Come in Closer (Dir. Eytan Vanunu).
He interviewed filmmakers Mike Leigh, Sally Potter & Terence Davies, opera singers Ghena Dimitrova, Larissa Diadkova, Irina Makarova, Barbra Dever and Evgeny Nesterenko, actress Jenny Runacre.
Federico was jury at MARFICI Film Festival 2011.
He was Production Consultant of TANGO MACBETH (feature film, 2012), directed by Nadine Patterson, Harmony Productions, USA. Festivals & Screenings: 2012 Roxbury International Film Festival, Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, African Diaspora International Film Festival (New York, Chicago, Washington DC., Paris), IX Mar del Plata Independent Film Festival, Tugg AMC Magic Johnson Harlem 9.
He runs writing workshops.
London Film School Associate.
PEN Club Affiliate.
Nadine Patterson, CEO, Harmony Image Productions. USA.
Federico gets things done and quickly. He arranged for us to get the rights for important music tracks for our film. He is diplomatic yet firm in his negotiations. Hire him if you are working on a film in Buenos Aires and need a producer on the ground. He is fabulous.
Dr. Rodney Newton, Music Consultant, MA (Dist.), ALFS, Hon. BC, FRSA. England.
I taught Federico Spoliansky at London Film School for a period of two years. During that time I observed him to be a dedicated student who worked very hard and displayed an obvious enthusiasm for everything he did. I have no reason to suppose him to be any different today – it is a privilege and pleasure to know him.
Andras Rac, Executive Producer, Creative Director The Telegraph Studio Debates, at Lyonsdown Ltd. Hungary.
I have been working with Federico on multiple film projects. I am encouraging all organisations, companies and commissioners to invite him for their projects as Federico is among the very few professionals who has a strong understanding and the essential skills to bring commercially aware productions combined with creative solution.