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

Chiara Ghio

Film: Cimarrón

Christian Rémoli

He was born in Junín, Buenos Aires, in 1973. He studied at the University of Buenos Aires and DeporTea. Between 2008 and 2016, he directed and produced over 40 documentaries for Koala Contenidos, including Mundial ‘78. Verdad o mentira, and the series La Argentina olímpica and El fútbol es historia.

Film: 1986. La historia detrás de la Copa

Claire Simon

She was born in London in 1955. She also works as an actress, cinematographer, and film editor. She directed several short films, documentaries and fiction films. Some of them were screened at the Festival, like God’s Offices (2008; Bafici ‘09), At All Costs (1995; Bafici ‘12) and Gare du Nord (2013; Bafici ‘14).

Film: Le bois dont les rêves sont faits

Cordula Thym Austria

She was born in Austria in 1977, and studied at Filmacademy Vienna. She also trained as a sound engineer and played drums in many bands.

Film: FtWTF - Female to What The Fuck

Cristian Costantini

He directed the documentaries Oro nestas piedras and El jardín secreto (Bafici ‘10). 

Film: No va llegar

Cristina Jolonch

She was born in Spain and works as a food journalist in La Vanguardia.

Film: Snacks, bocados de una revolución

Daïchi Saïto Canadá

Originally from Japan, he co-founded Double Negative, an artist collective devoted to the exhibition and production of experimental cinema in Montreal, Canada. His films are in the permanent collections of the Austrian Film Museum and the Slovenian Cinematheque, and have won several awards including the Best of the Festival Award at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Jury Grand Prize at Media City Film Festival, and the Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

Films: Never a Foot too Far, Even Engram of Returning Chiasmus Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis Green Fuse All that Rises Chasmic Dance Blind Alley Augury

Daniel Korgi

He was born in Cali, Colombia, in 1989. He studied filmmaking at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. 

Film: De cómo Daniel...

Daniel Leconte

He was born in Algiers in 1949, and became a French citizen. He worked as a journalist for Le Monde Diplomatique, Libération and Politique Hebdo.

Film: L'Humour à mort

Daniel Raim Estados Unidos

He studied film at the American Film Institute, and became known in 2000 when his short film The Man on Lincoln’s Nose was nominated for an Oscar. He directed documentaries about some of the great names of classic Hollywood.

Film: Harold and Lilian. A Hollywood Love Story

Dante De Luca

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1992. He studied at Universidad del Cine. He’s currently writing the script for his first feature-length film.

Film: Julieta se queda dormida

Darío Mascambroni

He was born in Córdoba, Argentina, in 1988. After finishing his film studies, he wrote El tren seguirá pasando, reserve script at the INCAA’s First Feature contest. January is his first feature as a director. He is currently preproducing Mochila de plomo, a project that won the Raymundo Gleyzer contest.

Film: Primero enero

Darren Walsh

Film: Angry Kid - Bone

Denis Côté

He was born in Canada in 1973, and studied film at the Collège Ahuntsic in Montreal. He worked as a journalist and directed the films Drifting States (2005; Bafici ‘06), Our Private Lives (2007, Bafici ‘08), All That She Wants (2008; Bafici ‘09), Carcasses (2009, Bafici ‘10), Curling (2010; Bafici ‘11) and Bestiaire (Bafici ‘12).

Films: Boris sans Béatrice Aqui, em Lisboa: Episódios da vida da cidade

Dennis Cooper

He was born in California in 1953. He’s a novelist and a poet. Two of his novels, Frisk and Weak Species were adapted to film in 1996 and 2009. 

Film: Like Cattle Towards Glow