Cinema Feature film


Refugios (Refuges) is the first fiction feature from the director Alejandro Cortés. A fragmented story in which the main characters’ past tangles with the present, confronting their present mindset and complicating their future. The premiere took place in the official section of the All Lights India International Film Festival, where it was nominated for the best Director’s Debut award. It is been selected since in other festivals in the USA, Spain, India, Argentina, Germany and…

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Feature film Photography

Buenos Aires, Argentina

In the spring of 2013 the third shooting phase from the auteur film Refuges, directed by Alejandro Cortés, joined Ddpendientes in the chaotic city of Buenos Aires. The chance was productive enough and also presented the opportunity to do other parallel collaborations. In this period the artist Vanessa Alami is set in Buenos Aires, the photography collective Maispira gets started. This professional visual platform had other photography and visual artists involved besides Vanessa, like Alejandra León,…

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Cinema Shortfilm


Axier y su mama Isabel se visten muy elegantes para cenar juntos cada noche. En la mesa siempre hay tres platos servidos. El papá de Axier lleva 7 años sin aparecer, pero Isabel nunca pierde la esperanza.. Axier es el primer cortometraje dirigido por Vanessa Alami en 2012, coodirigido con Alejandro Cortés en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Durante ese periodo Vanessa inicia su futura carrera como Directora Fotografía en Cine, sin embargo en esta…

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Conditional is Just Subjunctive

Release from the first short movie written and directed by VisualSusana in 2013, Conditional is just Subjunctive. Defined as auteur cinema, the director wants to capture the magic of that unique moment in life when a chance passes by your hands, and you decide either take it or not, and those who choose to stay in the repentance. Starring Vincent Pineau and Andrea Gabriele Hackl, the shot took place in Ruigoord, near Amsterdam, thanks to…

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