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

Nadia Litz

Nadia Litz first thought about being a filmmaker when she was represented as a young actress in Los Angeles at the now defunct Propaganda Films, where in the hallways she would pass filmmaking luminaries like Spike Jonze, Steven Soderbergh and David Fincher. After obtaining a degree in Cinema Studies, she was a Director’s in Residence at Norman Jewison’s school and is an alumni of the Berlinale Talent Lab, TIFF Talent Lab, and TIFF Screenwriting Lab. Her script for The People Garden won the audience award at the latter was shot in Canada and Japan in 2015.

Film: The People Garden

Narcisa Hirsch

She was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1928, but has lived in Argentina since she was very little. She is one of the main experimental filmmakers in this country. In 2012, Bafici did a focus where many of her shorts were shown, as well as the feature El mito de Narciso (2011).

Film: Inscripciones

Natasha Gurfinkel

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1922, and studied filmmaking at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. 

Film: Camarín

Nazl Dinçel

She was born in Ankara, Turkey, in 1989. She has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She currently lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Film: Solitary Acts

Nico Casavecchia

Born in Argentina. Some of his shorts are Buildings & Vampires and Salesman in the Mirror. In 2013, his short A boy and His Atom, made in collaboration with IBM scientists and created by moving carbon monoxide molecules, was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest film in the world.

Film: Finding Sofia

Nicolas Charlet / Bruno Lavaine

They started to write and direct music videos in the ‘90s. They also directed several short films and TV movies, including 99 francs (2007) and Le Grand méchant loup (2013).

Film: A la recherche de l'ultra-Sex

Nicolás Zukerfeld

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1982. He directed several short films, including Escenas sobre la muerte de los niños (Bafici ‘09).

Film: El invierno llega después del otoño

Nikolaus Geyrhalter

He was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1972. At the age of 22, he founded the Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion company, focused on auteur documentaries and fictions. His documentaries as a filmmaker include Pripyat (1999), Elsewhere (2001), 7915 Km (2008), Abendland (2011), and Over the Years (Bafici ‘15).

Film: Homo Sapiens

Nobuhiro Yamashita

He was born in Japan in 1976 and studied filmmaking in Osaka. He founded the production company Midnight Child Theatre with four college mates. His films Ramblers (2003) and Linda Linda Linda (2005) were screened in the 2004 and 2005 editions of Bafici. He later directed The Matsugane Potchot Affair (2006; Bafici ‘08) and A Gentle Breeze in the Village (2007).

Films: La La La at Rock Bottom Linda Linda Linda