A travel journal through the pampas landscapes, following the footsteps of the naturalist Guillermo Enrique Hudson, allows us to discover the psychogeography of a territory that had a decisive symbolism in the national identity of Argentina.
The journey the film proposes raises some haunting questions for the future: Will there be any of the nature that Hudson so vividly described left?
He was born in Santiago de Chile in 1958 and is the director of eleven films. He was the founder and first director of the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival (BAFICI), created in 1999 and considered one of the most important film events in Latin America. From 2002 to 2013, he directed the Princeton Documentary Festival, at Princeton University, United States, where he has been Visiting Professor. He has also taught at the Master of Journalism at the University of San Andrés / Clarín, at the Rector Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center of the University of Buenos Aires and at the Carolina Foundation in Madrid. From 2000 to 2009 he directed the Latin American Cinematographic Projects Workshop, organized by the TYPA Foundation together with several international foundations, where many of the new figures of cinema in the region were trained. He studied Literature and Modern Languages at Oxford University, for which he received the Bachelor of Arts with honors.
Montoneros, una historia (1995)
Macedonio Fernández (1995)
La televisión y yo (2002)
El país del diablo (2008)
¡Volveremos a las montañas! (2012)
Máquina de sueños (2013)
El ojo en el cielo (2013)
327 cuadernos (2015)
Ficción privada (2020)