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

Alberto Romero

He co-wrote the documentary Pichuco (2014) and ¿Quién mató a Mariano Ferreyra? (2013).


Film: Carne propia

Ale Isler

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1975. A Combined Arts graduate from UBA, she also studied industrial design and attended set design courses by architect Gaston Breyer. She directed several documentary short films and taught courses in different institutions. 


Film: Saru. Documental sobre Jorge Sarudiansky

Alejandra Rojo

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1966. He has a Master’s in Film from the University of Paris, where she teaches screenwriting and filmmaking. She directed many shorts and documentary features.


Film: Raoul Ruiz, contre l'ignorance fiction!

Alejandro Barrios

He was born in 1987, and studies image and sound design at the UBA. For the past three years, he has produced and programed the Esteban Echeverría National Film Festival.


Film: Nuevo Rock: Adicta, el documental

Alejandro Maly

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1979. He studied film at the UBA and after graduating started to work in various television productions as camera operator and editor. He also studied photography and film editing.


Film: ¿Dónde estás, Negro?

Alejandro Torres Contreras

He studied arts at the University of Chile and filmmaking at the Chile Film School.He co-founded the production company Cinepsisand directed several short films, including Los anteojos, Ismael Hernández, Epifanía and El duende verde. El Tila: Fragmentos de un psicópata is his first feature-length film. 


Film: El Tila: Fragmentos de un psicópata

Alejandro Venturini

He was born in Lomas de Zamora in 1986, studied filmmaking at the Universidad del Cine and specialized in screenwriting and documentary filmmaking. He directed the short Elegía as well as music videos and television documentaries. He also worked in the sound and camera departments in documentary features such as The Other Football (2012) and Take It from Chango (2014).


Film: Favio: Crónica de un director

Alejo Franzetti

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1985. He studied at Universidad del Cine. His three short films Todas las veces (2006), El contrabajo (2008, winner of the Metropolitan Fund and the Short Film Competition), and Dos experiencias en el bosque (2014) were screened at Bafici.


Film: Panke

Aleksandr Sokurov

He was born in 1951 in Siberia. He studied history and later entered the Moscow Film Institute. In 2002, Bafici held a Focus on his work, with screening of Spiritual Voices (1995), A Humble Life (1997) and Elegy of a Voyage (2001).


Film: Francofonia

Alessio Rigo de Righi

He was b orn in the US in 1986, and studied literature in Roma and filmmaking in New York. 


Film: Il solengo

Alex Piperno

He was born in Montevideo in 1985, and studied at Universidad del Cine. He directed two short films.


Film: ¡Hola a los fiordos!

Alex Van Warmerdam

He was born in the Netherlands in 1952 and founded two theater companies in his country. He made his first film Abel in 1986, and directed several more, including Grimm (2003; Bafici ‘04), The Last Days of Emma Blank (2009) and Borgman (2013).


Film: Schneider vs. Bax

Alexandra Cuesta

She was born in Ecuador in 1980, and studied photography in Savannah, Georgia and then film at CalArts. She directed many shorts, like Piensa en mí (2009) and Despedida (2012).


Film: Territorio

Alexandre Heboyan

He worked in DreamWorks animating characters from Kung Fu Panda (2008) and Monsters vs. Aliens (2009).


Film: Mune: Le Gardien de la lune

Alison Bagnall

She graduated from the University of Yale and later studied filmmaking at the American Film Institute. She debuted in the film industry as a co-writer in Bufalo ‘66 (1998). She directed the feature-length films Piggie (2003) and The Dish and the Spoon (2011). 


Film: Funny Bunny