Miguel Ángel Font Bisier is a Valencian film director, researcher, teacher and writer. With a degree in Audiovisual Communication and a PhD in Applied Languages, Literature and Translation, he has extensive musical training and is able to communicate in six languages, which has allowed him to shoot more than 300 audiovisual projects in different countries. With a wide variety of genres and styles, his works have been awarded and screened at prestigious national and international festivals, in cinemas, on channels such as Teledeporte, Dark or À Punt, and on platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or Filmin.
Yesterday, 29th November 2023, we defended our thesis at the Universitat Jaume I and received the highest mark from the examining board. The event took place in the building of the Doctoral School and Social Council of the university itself.
Film as one of the most influential forms of art and entertainment has the power to shape society’s perception and understanding of a wide range of subjects. However, for a long time, representation and accessibility in cinema have been a challenge for people with disabilities. In this regard, miCINEinclusivo.com has opened a new chapter through the doctoral thesis we are about to conclude, offering an innovative approach that addresses the inclusion of people with disabilities at all stages of film production.
If you are interested in the topics of cinema, literature, fashion, accessibility and inclusion, you might want to check out the talks and consultancy services offered by Miguel Ángel Font Bisier, a Spanish filmmaker, writer and lecturer. He has been giving lectures and talks in various venues and events, both in Spain and abroad, sharing his insights and experiences on these fields. Here is a list of some of his past and upcoming talks:
– Lecture «Frammenti di discorsi amorosi», in Rome (June 2009): A lecture on Miguel’s italian short film Single club, exploring the different facets of love and desire through cinema and literature.
– Talk on fantastic cinema and literature at Librería Bartleby (February 2014): A talk on the origins, evolution and characteristics of the fantastic genre in cinema and literature, with examples from classic and contemporary works.