Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
Festivales de Buenos Aires

A. D. Calvo

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1967. In 1974 he moved to the US. He directed several feature-length films, including Cámara de polvo (2012) and El juego de medianoche (2013).

Film: The Missing Girl

Aaron Brookner

He was born in New York and studied film at Vassar College. He started his career working in Jim Jarmusch’s Coffee and Cigarettes and directed the short The Black Cowboys (2004) and the feature The Silver Goat (2011).

Film: Uncle Howard

Abbas Fahdel Iraq

He was born in Babylon, Iraq, and at the age of 18 moved to France, where he studied film at the Sorbonne. He returned to his home country to shoot the documentaries Back to Babylon (2002) and We Iraqis (2004). He also directed the war drama Dawn of the World (2008). 

Film: Homeland (Iraq Year Zero)

Adam Smith

Born in England in 1987. He has a master in Documentary from Stanford University . He directed the short Role Play (2012) and two feature films.

Film: The Land of Many Palaces

Adrian Sitaru

He studied filmmaking in Bucarest, and made his debut as a filmmaker in 2008 with the feature Hooked, followed by Best Intentions (2011) and Domestic (2012).

Film: Illegitimate

Adriana Yurcovich

Film: El inconveniente

Adriano Salgado

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1971. He studied film at the FUC and participated in over 20 feature films as a sound engineer. He debuted as director with La utilidad de un revistero (2013), which won the Best Argentine Film award at the Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Film: Romántico italiano

Agnieszka Smoczynska

She was born in Wroclaw, Poland, in 1978. She studied radio and television at the Krzysztof Kieslowski University. 

Film: The Lure

Agostina Guala

She was born in Río Negro, Argentina, in 1984. She studied at Universidad del Cine, where she directed several short films. She worked as an assistant director in many local and foreign films. 

Film: Los días felices

Agustí Villaronga

He was born in Mallorca, Spain, in 1953. He majored in Geography and History. He worked as a professor, an artistic director, a decorator, a stylist, and a fashion video-maker. He directed several feature-length films, including El mar (2000) and Black Bread (2010).

Film: El rey de La Habana

Agustín Arévalo

He was born in 1982 in Mar del Plata, Argentina, and graduated from Escuela Profesional de Cine. He worked in production and direction, and edited commercials, music videos and TV.

Film: Hermosos Perdedores Pop

Agustín Burghi

He was born in Saladillo in 1990, and graduated from ENERC. He directed the short film Viernes 20:15 (Bafici ‘14).

Film: Yolanda

Agustina San Martín IV

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1991. She studied image and sound design at the UBA, and worked as a cinematographer for several projects, including the short film Lo que dicen del monte, winner of Bafici ‘14.

Film: No hay bestias

Ahn Gooc-jin

He was born in Seoul in 1980. After graduating from the Department of Theater and Film of the University of Kyung Hee, he studied filmmaking at the Korean Academy of Film Arts. He made the shorts Stop By My House (2008) and Double Clutch (2010).

Film: Alice in Earnestland

Alain Gagnol

He was born in France in 1967. He worked for French animation studio Folimage.

Film: Phantom Boy