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

Jean-François Pouliot

He was born in Canada in 1979, and studied at the Concordia University. He worked as a camera assistant, and also writes and directs animated short films for the National Film Council.

Film: Snowtime!

Jean-Loup Felicioli

He was born in France in 1960. He co-directed his first feature A Cat in Paris (2010) with Alain Gagnol.

Film: Phantom Boy

Jeff Silva Estados Unidos

He’s a film professor and programmer. He directed the documentaries Balkan Rhapsodies: 78 Measures of War (2008) and Ivan and Ivana (2011).

Film: Linefork

Jeremy Saulnier

He directed Murder Party (2007) and Blue Ruin (2013), in which he also served as cinematographer. He also did for other films like Septien (Bafici ’11) and I Used to Be Darker (Bafici ‘13).

Film: Green Room

Jerzy Skolimowski

He was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1938. He studied filmmaking at the School of Lodz. Rysopis (1964) was his directorial debut. He later directed many films, including Barrera (1966), King, Queen Knave (1972), The Shout (1978), The Lightship (1985), Four Nights with Anna (2008; Bafici ‘09) and Essential Killing (2010; Bafici ‘11).

Film: 11 Minutes

Jessica Praznik

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1987. She studied audiovisual directing at the Universidad Nacional del Arte, and works as a fashion designer. 

Film: (La fábrica de tortas) Pastel de cereza

Joanna Lombardi

She was born in Peru, and directed the short film De noche (2009) 
and the feature-length film Casadentro (2013).

Film: Solos

João Nicolau

He was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1975. He studied anthropology and is also a director, actor, editor and musician. He directed several short films, such as Rapace (2006; Bafici ‘09), Song of Love and Health (2009), The Gift of Tears (2012), Wild Haggis (2013) and the feature-length fiction The Sword and the Rose (2010; Bafici ‘11).

Film: John From

João Paulo Cuenca

He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1978. He wrote four novels and an anthology of short stories. His books have been translated into eight languages. The Death of J.P. Cuenca is his directorial debut. 

Film: A morte de J.P. Cuenca

João Rosas

He was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1981. He trained at the London Film School. He published three books of short stories, and directed the short films My Mother Is a Pianist (2006), Entrecampos (2013) and the documentary Birth of a City (2009).

Films: Maria do Mar Entrecampos

João Salaviza

He was born in Portugal in 1984, and studied at Universidad del Cine, in Buenos Aires. He directed many shorts, such as Arena (2009) and Rafa (2012).

Film: Montanha

Jodie Mack

She was born in London in 1983. She got a Master’s in Film, Video and New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007, and currently teaches animation at Dartmouth College. She directed many 16mm shorts that were shown at Bafici ‘15.

Film: Something Between Us

Joe Burrascano

Film: Aardman: Nathan Love!