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Santiago MITRE

Santiago MITRE
Biography

Santiago Mitre was born in Buenos Aires in 1980. In 2004, he co-directed with Alejandro Fadel, Martin Mauregui, and Juan Schnitman, El amor (1ª parte), a feature that was presented at BAFICI and Settimana Internazionale della Critica in Venice, among other festivals. He wrote three features films for Pablo Trapero: Leonera (Cannes Competition – 2008), Carancho (Un Certain Regard – 2010) and Elefante Blanco (Un Certain Regard – 2012). He also wrote together with Israel Caetano, Damián Szifron and Walter Salles. In 2011, he co-produced his first feature film as writer and director, El Estudiante. The film received numerous awards such as Locarno’s Special Jury Prize/Cineasti del Presente, Best Film in Gijón and Cartagena, FIPRESCI Best Argentinean film 2011. His second feature film as writer and director La Patota (Paulina), premiered internationally at La Semaine de la Critique Cannes 2015, where it was awarded the Nespresso Grand Prix as well as the FIPRESCI award.

Films presented at Cannes

LA CORDILLERA THE SUMMIT 2017 Un Certain Regard Script / Dialogue, Director
ELEFANTE BLANCO WHITE ELEPHANT 2012 Un Certain Regard Script / Dialogue
7 DÍAS EN LA HABANA 7 DAYS IN HAVANA 2012 Un Certain Regard Script / Dialogue
CARANCHO 2010 Un Certain Regard Script / Dialogue
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Directors

Dea KULUMBEGASHVILI

Dea KULUMBEGASHVILI

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François REICHENBACH

François REICHENBACH

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Federico FELLINI

Federico FELLINI

Lars Von Trier

Lars Von Trier

Script Writer
Nanni MORETTI

Nanni MORETTI

Director
Olivier ASSAYAS

Olivier ASSAYAS

Director
René CLÉMENT

René CLÉMENT

Director
Steven SPIELBERG

Steven SPIELBERG

Director, Actor
Todd HAYNES

Todd HAYNES

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Victor ERICE

Victor ERICE

Director
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