Alejandro MaciStill: María Luisa Bemberg: El eco de mi voz
Alejandro MACI (1961, Argentina) is a filmmaker, theatre director, screenwriter and actor. He began his career in theatre with Agustín Alezzo and collaborated with María Luisa Bemberg, working as an actor and assistant director on her films. He wrote and directed several successful Argentinian TV series, such as Sol negro (2003) and Televisión por la inclusion (2011-2012), which won two Emmy Awards. For his debut as a filmmaker, El impostor (1997), he was awarded three Grand Coral Prizes at Havana Film Festival. María Luisa Bemberg: El eco de mi voz – with its world premiere at IFFR 2021 – is a documentary on one of Argentina’s foremost female directors.
(selection) El acompañante (1994, short), El impostor/The Impostor (1997), Fiscales (1998, TV series), Sol negro (2003, TV series), Televisión por la inclusion (2011-2012, TV series), Los que aman odian/In Love and in Hate (2017), María Luisa Bemberg: El eco de mi voz/María Luisa Bemberg: The Echo of My Voice (2021, doc)