Federico Bianchini has a degree in Audiovisual Communication and is a journalist. He worked as an editor at the newspapers Clarín and La Razón and as an editor at the magazine Anfibia. Winner of the Las Nuevas Plumas and Don Quijote/Rey de España (EFE/Spain) awards, he published the chronicle books Desafiar al cuerpo and Cuerpos al límite (Aguilar). After spending a month in Antarctica, he wrote Antártida: 25 días encerrado en el hielo, which won him the Michael Jacobs Grant from the Gabriel García Márquez Foundation (FNPI). Later, she received the Premio estímulo a la creación y la producción de artes escénicas of Banco Ciudad and the Complejo Teatral de Buenos Aires for his theatrical adaptation of the text, and acted in the play that was staged in different theatres in Buenos Aires. He coordinates the Diplomas in fiction and non-fiction at the Universidad Portátil, and collaborates with national and international media.
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