José Celestino Campusano op IFFR
Argentinean filmmaker, producer and writer José Celestino CAMPUSANO (1964) was born in Quilmes in the Buenos Aires region and studied film in Avellaneda in the 1980s. After that, he disappeared from the film scene but returned in 2005 with the short film Bosques. Since then, he has produced more than 12 feature films, including award-winning films like El perro Molina/Dog Molina (2014) and Vikingo (2009). He has also turned to other media, like VR, with Brooklyn Experience (2017). In 2018, IFFR dedicated a retrospective to Campusano's work. In 2019, Hombres de piel dura/Men of Hard Skin will have its world premiere at IFFR.
(selection) Bosques (2005, short, co-dir), Legión – Tribus urbanas motorizadas (2006, doc), Vil romance/Twisted Romance (2008), Vikingo (2009), Paraíso de sangre (2011), Fango/Mud (2012), Fantasmas de la ruta/Ghosts of the Road (2013), El perro Molina/Dog Molina (2014), Place y martirio (2015), El arrullo de la araña/The Spider's Lullaby (2015), El sacrificio de Nehuén Puvelli (2016), Cícero impune (2017), El azote (2017), Brooklyn Experience (2017), El silencio a gritos (2018), Hombres de piel dura/Men of Hard Skin (2018)