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

Melisa Liebenthal

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1981. She studied filmmaking at the FUC, where she is currently preparing her graduation thesis. She currently works as a short film editor and distributor, and directed the short films Airportness (2010) and Alegría del hogar (2013). This is her first film.



Melisa Liebenthal Argentina

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1981. She studied filmmaking at the FUC, where she is currently preparing her graduation thesis. She currently works as a short film editor and distributor, and directed the short films Airportness (2010) and Alegría del hogar (2013). This is her first film.


Film: Las lindas

Melisa Pía Gammarota

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1987. He studied advertising at Universidad del Salvador and later filmmaking at Universidad del Cine. 


Film: Aviso fúnebre

Mercedes Gaviria

She was born in Medellín, Colombia in 1992, and studied filmmaking at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. She also trained as a sound designer and worked on several films as a sound editor. 


Film: Silencio antes

Mia Hansen-Løve

She was born in Paris, France, in 1981. She directed the short film Après mûre réflexion (2004) and the feature length films Tout est pardonné (2007; Bafici ‘08), Father of My Children (2009), winner of a Special Jury Prize at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard, Goodbye First Love (Bafici ‘12) and Eden (2014).


Film: L'Avenir

Micaela Rueda

She was born in Quito, Ecuador, in 1983. She studied filmmaking at the FUC. She is currently running actor’s direction workshops. She directed two shorts and a documentary.


Film: UIO: Sácame a pasear

Michael Ekblad

Born in Sweden in 1960. In 2005 he co-directed the short film The Fourth King alongside Michael Edbland. 


Film: Molly Monster

Michael Schwarz

He directed several documentary films including The Body’s Secret Army (2011) and The War on Microbes (2012).


Film: In Defense of Food

Michel Gondry

He was born in Versailles, France, in 1963. He started his career directing music videos for Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers, among others. He directed many features, including Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), The Green Hornet (2011) and Mood Indigo (2013).


Film: Microbe et Gasoil

Miguel Luis Kohan

He was born in 1957, and studied film and TV production in Los Angeles. He’s the founder of the production company K Films, and directed Salinas grandes (2001), Café de los maestros (2009), and the series Lluvia cósmica (2015).


Film: El francesito. Un documental (im)posible sobre Enrique Pichón-Riviere

Milena Amaya

She worked in several independent documentaries in Buenos Aires.


Film: Massamba

Mirai Konishi

He grew up in Japan and trained at the University of Southern California (USC). He directed a short film, and currently writes about film in the Japanese publications Roadshow and Cut.


Film: Kampai! For the Love of Sake

Mohamed Ben Attia

He was born in Tunisia in 1976 and studied audiovisual communication in France. He directed five shorts, including Selma (2013).


Film: Hedi

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