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

Ana Farini

She directed El oficio and Oh.


Film: Massamba

Ana Quiroga

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1978. She studied communication and later film editing and drama structure with Miguel Pérez. In 2004 she co-founded Zoek Productions, a production company specialized in sports contents, and made several documentaries, series, short films, and shows. Lucha. Jugando con lo imposible is her first feature-length film.


Film: Lucha. Jugando con lo imposible

Andrea Santamaría

She studied at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires and specialized in special effects at the Escape Studios in London. She directed the short film Tres (2005), and was one of the directors of the collective film A propósito de Buenos Aires (Bafici ‘06).


Film: Las imágenes de Helena

Andrea Testa

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1987, and studied at ENERC, where she directed several short films. She directed the documentary feature Pibe chorro, to be released this year.


Film: La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis

Andrés Duque

Born in Venezuela in 1972, he lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He has a degree in journalism, did a Master’s in Creative Documentary Filmmaking and directed Iván Z (2005), Paralelo 10 (2005), and Color perro que huye (2011).


Film: Oleg y las raras artes

Angela Osorio

She is majored in Social Communication at Universidad del Valle. She currently works as Head of Education and Culture at the La Tertulia Museum in Cali. 



Anita Rocha Da Silveira

She majored in 2008 at the Universidad Pontífice Católica in Rio de Janeiro. In recent years, she has worked as an assistant director, a professor and scriptwriter. She wrote, edited and directed the short films O vampiro do meio-dia (2008), Handebol (2010) and Os Mortos-vivos (2012).


Film: Mate-me por favor

Antonio Trullén

He was born in Barcelona in 1980. He studied theory of literature and compared literature at the University of Barcelona and the New Sorbonne in Paris, as well as film editing at the National Institute of the Arts of Spectatle in Brussels (INSAS). Carmona Has a Fountain is his first work as a filmmaker. 


Film: Carmona tiene una fuente

Ariela Bergman

She was born in Buenos Aires in 1984. She studied image and sound design at the UBA. Her work moves around video art and essay films. 


Film: 317-322

Arturo Ripstein

He was born in Mexico in 1943, and started his film career as an assistant director for Luis Buñuel. He debuted with Time to Die (1966), written by Gabriel García Márquez and Carlos Fuentes, and directed more than twenty films, including The Castle of Purity (1972), Woman of the Port (1991) and Deep Crimon (1996)


Film: La calle de la amargura

Avi Mograbi

He was born in Israel in 1956. He studied philosophy and art, and directed several documentary films, including August: A Moment Before the Eruption (2002), Avenge But One of My Two Eyes (2005) and Z32 (2008; Bafici ‘09).


Film: Between Fences

Aylee Ibañez

She majored in Art History at the University of Havana.


Film: Massamba

Barry Cook

Film: Operación Regalo

Bego Zubia Gallastegi

She has made a career as a press and television journalist. She currently directs the scientific dissemination program Teknopolis (Elhuyar-ETB), and has directed many mid-length documentaries for television, such as Viaje a la prehistoria (2013) and Tras el hierro antiguo (2014).


Film: Sagardoa bidegile - Historias de sidra

Belina Zavadisca

Born in Tucumán, Argentina, in 1985, she studied film, video and television at the UTN and the FUC, and worked as screenwriter for Conicet, Paka Paka and Tecnópolis TV. She also worked as creative writer of Telefe’s Department of Ideas and Development. She co-directed the feature Tapalín, la película (Bafici ‘14).


Film: La ciudad de las réplicas