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

Paul Thomas Anderson Estados Unidos

He directed Hard Eight (1996), Boogie Nights (1998), Magnolia (1999), Punch-Drunk Love(2002), There Will Be Blood (2007), The Master (2012) and Inherent Vice (2014).


Film: Junun

Paul Weitz

He was born in New York in 1965. He started working in films along with his brother Chris, with whom he has co-directed three films: American Pie (1999), Down to Earth (2001) and About a Boy (2002). Among the films he has directed independently are In Good Company (2004) and Little Fockers (2010).


Film: Grandma

Pekka Karjalainen Finlandia

He was born in Finland in 1961. He directed several films and also works as a sound designer. 


Film: Heavysaurios

Penny Lane

She graduated from Vassar College in New York, USA. She’s a filmmaker, and occasional video artist, curator, and professor of film, video and new art mediums. She directed several short films, including The Abortion Diaries (2005), and directed two feature-length films.


Films: Nuts! Our Nixon

Pep Gatell

He was born in Spain in 1958. Since 1980, he is one of the artistic directors of the prestigious Catalonian theater company La Fura dels Baus. He has directed the shorts Macaron de caza (2012) and TABA: The Table Game (2013).


Film: Campo a través. Mugaritz, intuyendo un camino

Pere Portabella

He was born in Figueras, Spain, in 1929. His production company Films 59 was behind sich films as Marco Ferreri’s The Little Coach (1960), and Luis Buñuel’s Viridiana (1961). He directed several films, including Vampir-Cuadecuc (1970), screened in the focus on his work held by Bafici ‘06 and Die Stille vor Bach (2007; Bafici ‘08).


Film: Informe general II. El nuevo rapto de Europa

Peter Bogdanovich Estados Unidos

Was born in New York, USA, in 1939. Film critic, actor, producer, writer, filmmaker and writer. He studied theater in New York with Stella Adler and worked as a theater director. He did an extensive work as a historian interviewing directors such as Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Wells and John Ford, among others. He began his film career as an assistant to Roger Corman, and then worked as a film critic, actor, producer, writer, filmmaker and writer. His films include What's up, Doc? (1972), Paper Moon (1973) and Therapy on Broadway (2014), wich are screened among others at this Bafici’s Focus on his work.

Films: Míralos morir La última película ¿Qué pasa, doctor? Luna de papel Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream Terapia en Broadway One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & the Lost American Film


Peter Peake

Film: Pythagasaurus

Philippe Grandrieux Francia

He was born in France in 1954. He studied film at Brussels’ Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle and made his first video installation in 1976. He has directed many films, including A New Life (2002; Bafici ‘03) and The Beauty May Have Strengthened Our Resoluteness - Masao Adachi (2011; Bafici ‘14).


Film: Malgré la nuit

Philippe Lesage

He was born in Canada and worked as a film professor in Denmark. He is known for his documentaries and his fiction feature Copenhague: A Love Story (2014), which was screened in many festivals.


Film: Les Démons

Pierre Morath

He’s a historian, journalist, former journalist and documentary filmmaker born in 1970. In 2007, he founded his own production company. His documentaries have been screened and awarded in several international festivals. 


Film: Free to Run

Pietro Marcello

He was born in Italy in 1976, and debuted behind the cameras with the short films Carta and Scampia, in 2003. He also directed La bocca del lupo (2009; Bafici ‘10).


Film: Bella e perduta

Pimpaka Towira

She was born in Thailand in 1967, and trained at the University of Bangkok. She made her debut as a filmmaker in 2003 with the feature Husband.


Film: The Island Funeral

Radu Muntean

He was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1971. He directed five feature-length films, including Boogie (2008; Bafici ‘09) and Tuesday, After Christmas (2011).


Film: El vecino