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

Francisco Márquez

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1981. He studied at ENERC, where he directed several short films. He directed the documenatry feature Después de Sarmiento (2014).


Film: La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis

Francisco Matiozzi Molinas

He was born in Rosario in 1978, and majored in Audiovisual Communication. He also works as an editor and teacher. He debuted in filmmaking with his short film Pochormiga (2004).


Film: Murales. El principio de las cosas

Franco Lescano Noriel

He was born in Mar del Plata in 1989, and in 2010 decided to travel to Tucumán to study filmmaking. He directed two series for Open Digital Television.


Film: El familiar

François Brisson Francia

He directed the animated film Gene-Fusion (2011).

Film: Snowtime!

Fredo Landaveri / Mariano Toledo

They were born in Buenos Aires in 1987, and met while studying image and sound design at the UBA. Later, they collaborated with each other in the making of many music videos for artists like Wendy Sulca and Los Sultanes. Disco Limbo is their first feature.


Film: Disco Limbo

Fredrik Gertten

He was born in Sweden in 1956. He worked as a journalist, published the travel book Young Man Looking for the World (1995), and produced documentaries and entertainment TV shows.


Film: Becoming Zlatan

Gabriel Abrantes

He directed Palaces of Pity (2011; Bafici ‘12).


Film: Aqui, em Lisboa: Episódios da vida da cidade

Gabriel Bosisio

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1987. His directorial debut, the web series La niña elefante, won the 2015 Youth Art Biennale. 


Film: Un ejercicio para no olvidar

Gabriel Mascaro

He was born in Brazil in 1983, and graduated in social communication at the Federal University of Pernambuco. He directed the documentary features KFZ-1348 (2008), High-Rise (2009), both screened in Bafici ‘09, and Doméstica (Bafici '13).


Film: Boi Neon

Gabriel Saie

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1985. He studied image and sound design at the UBA and film and TV directing at TEBA. He was selected at Bafici’s 2009 Talent Campus for his documentary short Nuestra casa.


Film: Kosice hidroespacial

Hao Zhou

He was born in China, and directed six documentary features, including The Transition Period (2010) and The Night (2014).


Film: The Chinese Mayor

Heinz Emigholz

He was born in Germany in 1948. He trained as a drawing artist before studying philosophy and literature in Hamburg. He began his film career in 1968, and directed several short and feature-length documentaries, such as Loos Ornamental (2009) and Perret in Frankreich und Algerien (2012).


Film: Le Corbusier [|||||] Asger Jorn [Relief]

Helena Trestíková

She was born in 1949 in Prague, in the former Czechoslovakia. She graduated from the Documentary Film Department at the local FAMU. She served as Ministry of Culture in her country and directed several documentaries, including René (1993), Carmen Story (1999), My Lucky Star (2004) and Marcela (2007) all of them screened in the Focus held by Bafici in 2009. 


Film: Mallory

Hernán Fernández

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1985. He is an editor graduated from ENERC. He directed the medium length film El segundo oficio (2013) and the feature-length film Puerto Paticuá (2014).


Film: La piel marcada

Hiromasa Yonebayashi

He was born in Ishikawa, Japan, in 1973. He studied commercial design at the Kanazawa Art School. We worked in the animation departments of Studio Ghibli, where he worked in films like Princess Mononoke (1997) and Spirited Away (2001). He made his debut as a filmmaker with The Secret World of Arrietty (2010; Bafici ‘12).


Film: When Marnie Was There