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

Rodrigo T. Marques

He was born in Brazil in 1979. He worked as a producer of commercials, and in 2005, he started directing and editing documentaries.


Film: Carregador 1118

Roman Bondarchuk Ucrania

He studied film, theater and television in Ukraine. Taxi Driver, his thesis film, won the award from the Russian Film Critic Guild.


Film: Ukrainian Sheriffs

Rosemary Myers

She’s the artistic director of Windmill Theatre, an award winning theater company based in Adelaide, South Australia. Her director credits for the company include Pinocchio and The Wizard of Oz.


Film: Girl Asleep

Rosendo Ruiz

He was born in the province of San Juan in 1967, but lives in Córdoba, where he got a Bachelor’s Degree in Film & TV. His first feature, De caravana (2010), was part of the International Competition at the Mar del Plata Film Festival. His features Tres D and Todo el tiempo del mundo were part of the Argentine Competition at Bafici.


Film: Maturità

Ross Lipman Estados Unidos

He is an award-winning independent filmmaker, archivist, and essayist. His works have spanned experimental, narrative and documentary forms; in recent years coalescing in a unique body of personal essays that cross multiple media platforms. His films have screened across the globe and his writings have been published in numerous books and journals. He is also considered one of the world’s leading experts in the restoration of independent cinema.

Film: Notfilm

Ross Sutherland

He was born in Edinburgh in 1979. He has four books of poems and is a member of the poetry collective Aisle16. 


Film: Stand By for Tape Back-Up

Rubén Francisco Mostaza

He was born in Córdoba in 1965, and trained at the NY Film Academy, where he directed four short films. He currently works as a collaborator in the Sí supplement of Clarín newspaper. 


Film: Cosquín Rock XV. El documental

Rudi Rosenberg

He was born in France in 1979. He worked as an actor in several films and directed the short films 3 ans (2008) and Aglaée (2010).


Film: Le Nouveau

S. Craig Zahler

He was born in Miami in 1973. He’s a novelist, scriptwriter, musician, filmmaker and cinematographer.


Film: Bone Tomahawk

Sandro Aguilar

He was born in Portugal in 1974. He studied film at the Upper School of Theater and Film and, in 1998, was one of the founders of the company O Som e a Fúria. In 2011, Bafici did a focus where his shorts were shown, as well as his only feature, Uprise. Later, he directed the short False Twins (Bafici ‘15).

Films: Bunker Undisclosed Recipients

Santiago Giralt

He was born in Venado Tuerto in 1977. He directed three collaborative films: UPA! Una película argentina (Bafici ’07), Las hermanas L., and UPA! 2 El regreso (Bafici ’15) and six by himself: Toda la gente sola, Antes del estreno, Anagramas (Bafici ’14), Here Kitty Kitty!, Jess & James (Bafici ’16) and Primavera (Bafici ’16).


Films: Primavera Jess & James

Santiago Lozano

He is majored in Social Communication at Universidad del Valle. He produced several films and works as professor at Universidad Autónoma de Occidente.


Film: Siembra

Sara Fishko

She’s an executive producer for the radio station WNYC, which focuses on culture. Her show Fishko Files covers a wide range of topics, such as film criticism and modern art.

Film: The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith

Sarah Grohnert

She was born in Germany, where she trained as an editor and a filmmaker at the Bournemouth Institute for the Arts in the UK. In 2010 she moved to New Zealand, where she developed several projects for film and TV. 


Film: Ever the Land

Sarah Smith

Film: Operación Regalo