Ricardo Piglia, one of the great contemporary writers, returns to Argentina after having lived many years abroad. He comes back with the purpose of reviewing for the first time the 327 notebooks that constitute his personal diary, the record of his life for more than half a century. As a kind of cinematic diary, the documentary follows the process.
Andrés Di Tella is a filmmaker. He was born in 1958 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has directed nine feature films: Montoneros, Una Historia (1995), Macedonio Fernández (1995), Forbidden (1997), The TV and me (2003), Photographs (2007), El Diablo (2008), Hachazos (2011), ¡Volveremos a las montañas! (2012) y 327 Notebooks (2015). He has directed and produced tv documentaries for PBS (USA), Canal 7 (Argentina) and Channel 4 (UK), among others. He has created artistic installations and performances shown worldwide.
2015. 327 cuadernos. (76′, Full-length film)
2013. Máquina de sueños. (60′, Full-length film)
2012. ¡Volveremos a las montañas!. (50′, Full-length film)
2011. Hachazos. (85′, Full-length film)
2007. Fotografías. (110′, Full-length film)
2002. La T.V. y yo. (105′, Full-length film)
2001. Historias de Argentina en vivo. (120′, Full-length film)
1998. Montoneros, una historia. (90′, Full-length film)
1997. Prohibido. (107′, Full-length film)
1985. Hay unos tipos abajo. (92′, Full-length film)