Ines Vogelfang

filmmaker, editor

New York, US

documentary immigration public space

Image Description: Portrait of a white latina woman in black and white. Photograph by Dominique Besanson. Inés Vogelfang is a Brooklyn based filmmaker and film editor from Argentina. She studied film at The University of Buenos Aires, and holds a Masters in Media Studies and Documentary Film degree from The New School in New York City. She worked for many years for Cable and Public TV Networks in Argentina editing and creating content in the nonfiction field. Some short documentaries she directed and edited were screened at DOCNYC, Corto Circuito, Offside Film Fest, Alamo Drafthouse, and purchased by Filmin in Europe. A fiction short Inés edited, “Leo’s Shoulder” by Carlos Ledesma, screened at BAFICI and won several Film Festival awards. She was also part of the creative team in feature documentaries that went onto IFP labs and International Film Festivals like DOCNYC, Venice Film Festival, and SXSW. Inés is an alumna of the Imagine Science Film Festival, and with “You Play Here”, her interactive documentary about immigration and the public space, she was part of DCTV’s Documentary WIP Lab with Yance Ford. She was a 2019-20 Karen Schmeer Diversity in The Edit Room fellow. Inés is an active member of the Alliance of Documentary Editors, and Brown Girls Doc Mafia. She speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese, and English, which enables her to work on projects from various parts of the World.


You Play Here