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

Laura Casabé

She was born in 1982 and has directed the feature The Good Fairy: A Peronist Tale (2010).

Film: La valija de Benavídez

Laura Huberman

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1986, and studied at Universidad del Cine. She’s a director and producer. Clara is her second short film. 

Film: Clara

Lee Chung

He was born in Taiwan, and studied filmmaking at the University of Columbia in New York. In 2009, his thesis film Mochi was screened in several festivals as well as awarded at home. 

Film: The Laundryman

Lee Seung-won

He directed many plays and musicals. This is his debut as a filmmaker.

Film: Communication & Lies

Leire Apellaniz

She worked for several film festivals, and is currently in charge of the Technical Department of the San Sebastian Film Festival. At the same time, she has developed an active career as a producer for several audiovisual projects through her production company Señor y Señora.

Film: El último verano

Leticia Dolera

She was born in Barcelona, Spain, in 1981, and studied acting in Los Angeles. She has worked as an actress in many features and television series. She directed the shorts Lo siento, te quiero (2009) and A o B (2010).

Film: Requisitos para ser una persona normal

Lewis Bennett

Based in Vancouver, Canada, he has shown his comedic documentaries at film festivals such as TIFF, Hot Docs, and Slamdance. Between 2012 and 2013, he made the short films Parrot Island, Trevor the Dinosaur, The Fat Diet, An Afternoon with Alexandra Morton, Shirley Sings, ABrief History of British Columbia, Asian Gangs, and Hey Vancouver, This Is You on Craigslist. In 2015, he premiered his feature-length debut, The Sandwich Nazi, at SXSW. All of his films are screened at this year’s Bafici.

Films: The Sandwich Nazi Asian Gangs Hey Vancouver, This Is You on Craigslist Parrot Island Trevor the Dinosaur A Brief History of British Columbia Shirley Sings An Afternoon with Alexandra Morton The Fat Diet

Lisandro Leiva Argentina

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1983. He is a journalistic producer and continues studying psychology. Going Down is his first feature.

Film: Audaz se eleva

Louise Lemoine

She was born in France and graduated in film and philosophy from the Sorbonne, in Paris.

Films: Barbicania Voyage autour de la lune

Lucas Distéfano

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1965. He studied at Avellaneda’s Instituto Superior de Arte Fotográfico and attended José Martínez Suarez’s screenwriting workshop. He won many awards from the FNA and Buenos Aires’ Culture Fund. He directed the mid-length Ballena blanca and the shorts Un poco de rigor and Una muerte inútil.

Film: Crimen de Las Salinas

Luciano Piazza

He was born in Argentina, and studied literature in Buenos Aires, creative writing in New Work, and filmmaking in California. He directed the short film Windows by Night (2014).

Film: Las Vegas in 16 Parts

Luciano Salerno

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1989, and studied Audiovisual Arts in UNA. He directed three short films.

Film: Berlín

Lucile Chaufour Francia

She attended several music schools in Paris and played in many rock and jazz bands. She founded the record company Makhno Records, which allowed many punk rock bands to release their music. She directed three short films and the features Violent Days (2004) and Léone, mére & fils (2014; Bafici ‘15), wich won the Avant-Garde and Genre Competition.

Film: East Punk Memories

Lucile Hadzihalilovic Francia

She was born in Lyon, France in 1961. She studied film at the Institute of Film Studies in Paris and worked as an editor of feature films and documentaries. She became the first woman to win the annual award Bronze Horse for best film for his film Innocence (2004) at the International Film Festival Stockholm. Previously she directed La bouche de Jean-Pierre (1996). Both films are screened at this Bafici’s Focus on her work.

Films: Inocencia La Bouche de Jean-Pierre Évolution