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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

Gastón Solnicki

Gastón SOLNICKI (1978, Argentina) is a producer and director. He was educated in New York at the International Center of Photography and the Tisch School of the Arts, where he received his BFA in Film. At the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema, his music documentary Süden (2008) received a Special Mention from the official jury and was awarded Best Film by the Argentine Film Press Commission. Solnicki’s feature debut, Kékszakállú (2016), won the FIPRESCI for Best Film in Venice. In 2018, his second feature, the documentary Introduzione all’oscuro, premiered in Venice.

Filmography

Liliana.Rebecca (2007, short), Süden (2008, doc), Zhest (2010, short), Papirosen (2011, doc), Enjoy Yourself (2012, short), Kékszakállú (2016), Introduzione all’oscuro (2018), Circumplector (2019, short)

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Gastón Solnicki at IFFR

  • Kékszakállú

    This highly praised first fiction film by Argentine talent Solnicki (Papirosen, IFFR 2012) is a beautifully filmed portrait of several young daughters

    • Hubert Bals Fund
    • Previously On
  • Introduzione all’oscuro

    A personal, cinematic gesture born of sadness over the death of a friend. It’s also a unique guide to Viennese culture. 

    • Bright Future Main Programme
  • Circumplector

    Circumplector, ‘to envelop’ in Latin, comprises Buxtehude, the Notre Dame, portrait art and more. Polyphonous filming as an ultra-short unguent for th

    • Voices Short
  • Kékszakállú

    This highly praised first fiction film by Argentine talent Solnicki (Papirosen, IFFR 2012) is a beautifully filmed portrait of several young daughters

    • Bright Future
  • Papirosen

    Starting with the birth of his nephew Mateo, the young Argentine filmmaker Solnicki recorded the equally unique and universal vicissitudes of his Poli

    • Bright Future
  • Zhest

    A young chess player and a minute of Ravel. Moving trailer created for an Argentinean film festival. Screened before Hoy como ayer.

    • Spectrum Shorts