Sounds of Argentina!!

27 07 2012

Finally here are the videos of Coca-Cola TV “Sounds of the world, Argentina!” I had a great time working with Andres Ibañez and Domingo Ortiz from StereoSonique Films on this project. Enjoy!

Finalmente acá están los videos de Coca-Cola TV “Sonidos del mundo, Argentina!” La pase muy bien trabajando junto a Andrés Ibáñez y Domingo Ortiz de StereoSonique Films en este proyecto. Disfrútenlos!





Sounds Of The World

15 06 2012

This week I was working in the local production of “Sounds of the World – Buenos Aires” a project created by StereoSonique Films together with Coca-Cola and Televisa to present the major cities in Latin America through its most representative images and sounds.

With an extensive tour we were able to capture all the diversity, large parks and the streets filled with buses, the old world cafes, colonial architecture, the tango, fun outdoor markets and the hectic pace of the most visited city in South America.

Stay tuned, we will be able to watch it soon!

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Bianca Wu’s “醒来 / Xing Lai “

15 05 2012

Here it is Bianca Wu‘s first music video of the four we shot in Buenos Aires. Enjoy!

Aqui esta el primero de los cuatro video clips de Bianca Wu que grabamos en Buenos Aires. Disfrutenlo!





Shooting Leon Gieco’s new music video.

29 11 2011

Yesterday, I was 1st Assistant Director on the set of the renowned artist Leon Gieco’s new music video, with whom it has been a pleasure to work with. It was a hard shooting day involving more than 40 artists of the Latin American dance and music, among others. The video corresponds to the song “Hoy bailare” from his latest album entitled “El desembarco”. It was filmed entirely in studio in the city of Buenos Aires and directed by the brothers Mariano and Eric Dawidson.

Now we just have to wait for the premiere!

Ayer estuve como 1er Ayudante de Dirección en la filmación del nuevo video clip del reconocido artista Leon Gieco, junto a quien ha sido un gusto poder trabajar. Fue una jornada ardua en la que participaron más de 40 artistas de la danza y la música latinoamericana, entre otros. El video corresponde a la canción “Hoy bailare” de su último disco titulado “El desembarco”. Fue filmado enteramente en estudio en la ciudad de Buenos Aires y dirigido por los hermanos Mariano y Eric Dawidson.

Ahora solo queda esperar el estreno!





EXPO TOONS

6 09 2011

From November 29th to December 1st will be held in the city of Buenos Aires the Expotoons official competition, where international professionals, producers and broadcasters of different markets, will meet to share a business space and exchange of experiences where you can present your animation projects. Some Projects will be selected to be pitched by their creators in front of a committee of potential buyers. It will also feature a conference program covering aspects of creativity, production, distribution and finance.

Project registration and submission deadline: September 16th. No entry fee!

If you are an animator and have a project click here to register!

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Waste Land at the GreenFilmFest

30 08 2011

On Sunday, at the GreenFilmFest (International environment Film Festival) I saw an excellent Academy Award nominee documentary, “Waste Land.”

It tells how Vik Muniz, the contemporary best-selling Brazilian artist in the U.S., returns home to take an emotional journey from Jardim Gramacho, the world’s largest garbage dump on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, to the heights of international art stardom. Vik works with the so-called “catadores”, collectors of recyclable materials, who live and work in the garbage and are transformed by the power of art.

Directed by Lucy Walker, Fernando Meirelles as executive producer and music by Moby.

A truly must see!

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“There be dragons” hits Spain!

30 03 2011

On March 25th the feature film “There be Dragons” premiered in Spain raising 893,503 euros and more than 139,000 viewers through its first weekend.

It is an epic story set in the turbulent era of the Spanish Civil War that unveils a compelling drama full of passion, betrayal, love and religion. It tells the story of Jose Maria Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei (Charlie Cox) and Manuel Torres (Wes Bentley), his childhood friend, who are separated by the political turmoil of the pre-war and choose opposite paths when the conflict erupts.

Written and directed by the two-time Oscar nominee Roland Joffé. Also features performances by Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko, Ana Torrent, Geraldine Chaplin and Rodrigo Santoro among others. With the cinematographic debut of my own sister, Dolores Reynals, embodying the Saint’s sister as Carmen Escrivá.

The production was led by Ignacio Núñez and Ignacio Gómez Sancha, whom I had the pleasure of meeting last year in Madrid. It was filmed mostly on location in Argentina, especially Buenos Aires, Luján and the Sierra de la Ventana.

Congratulations Sis! I can’t wait to see it!

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