Pablo Fusco, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is an art director, designer, photographer, and TV filmmaker.
But more than anything else, he’s a communicator.
Pablo’s deep love for the audiovisual language and his profound capacity to remain curious allows him to stay in tune with any stimulus that could enrich whatever project he gets his hands on. He devotes his work to the transformation from the common to the extraordinary by telling stories and by enhancing the creative vibe through good humor. Pablo started as an art director at Young & Rubicam, Vegaolmosponce and Agulla & Baccetti.
His career extends through Latin America, US and Europe, producing some of the most memorable TV ads for clients such as Unilever, Ambev, Telefonica, Telecom, Coca Cola, Chevrolet, Ford, Pepsi, Direc TV, Nestle, Cepas, Nike, Volkswagen, Diesel, Arcor, P&G, McDonald’s, Cadbury, Terra, Mastercard, Heinz, among others. Pablo has been honored with Clio Awards, Cannes, FIAP, Circulo de Creativos Argentino, Circulo de Creativos Chileno, Circulo de Creativos Mexicano, Ojo de Iberoamérica, Effie Awards, Festival el Sol, and Premios Clarín.
Listen, visualize, propose. 100% professional, 0% poser. He has the craft and skills. Born in Buenos Aires, and launched his directorial career in 2007. Gonzo stormed into the Argentinean advertising world, worked with a wide range of creative directors, ad agencies and brands, positioned himself not only as an international award-winning filmmaker, but as a director who delivers excellent results for the ad industry. Soon his success brought him to the international scene, and now Gonzo serves several markets in Latin America, US and Europe.
Luciano podcaminsky was born in Buenos Aires on june 7th, 1970. he studied media at Universidad Of Buenos Aires, and moved on to study film at FUC. He also took courses on film direction with Pino Solanas and Rodolfo Hermida, and studied copywriting at the Argentine Advertising Association. He started in advertising working as a copywriter for several advertising agencies, and moved to working in top production companies in Buenos Aires as an assistant director. Approximately in 1995 he started directing. He has received awards from the best well known festivals in the world: Cannes, el Sol de San Sebastián, One Show, D&AD de Londres, Clio, Fiap, Martín Fierro, Ojo de Iberoamerica, Diente. In 2005 he was part of the Saatchi & Saatchi new director’s showcase, in Cannes. In 2006, Luciano was ranked by the Gunn Report as 4th in the list of most award-winning directors of the world, and in 2009 appears number 15th at the Gunn Report ten years consolidated tables 1999-2008. His first feature film, “The Third Pint”, was selected for the 2007 Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (Bafici) and also was selected at the 2008 Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) as one of the best of the fest films. His experience as a jury includes the following festivals: Clio 2008 and London Festival in 2009-2010 and Ojo de Iberoamérica 2009. In june 2012, at Centro Cultural Recoleta Buenos Aires, he opened his first personal art exhibition, with the works: sundead, just married, room available, private dinner and daily pill. In september 2016, Luciano was included in “Bury the Lead”, a group art show at artshare, LA, California. In november 2017, his short film, “The Back of my Mind”, is selected for Interfilm Berlin International Short Film Festival. In 2018, the film “The Back of my Mind”, is selected for the Guadalajara International Film Festival in México, The Lleida Festival and the 46th Huesca Film Festival in Spain and The Latino Media Festival In LA, California.
Emiliano went to film school in Buenos Aires, but moved to Los Angeles shortly after to start his career as a music video director in the US.
He’s worked with some of the most influential artists of Latin America, like Gustavo Cerati, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Los Amigos Invisibles and Kinky.
In 2008 he formed the directing duo Quinto Cruz that won several festival awards such as Cannes, Sol, Fiap y Ojo de Iberoamerica.
Since then he has been directing spots in the US, Spain, Brazil, Mexico and almost every country in South America. Working with clients such as Coca Cola, Adidas, Toyota, Sol, Coors, Pepsi, T-Mobile, Oscar Mayer, Walgreens, Ford, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Trident, KFC and Denny’s.
His unique approach in visual comedy and narrative will always go beyond any original concept or storyboard offered to him.
GRINGO (John C. Pina) began his formal studies in Advertising and Design at USC before moving on to Los Angeles’ modern day Madison Avenue bringing his skills to Pepsi, Nike and Red Bull for such agencies as BBDO, Deutsch, and Ground Zero. His work has been featured in the Museum of Tolerance, Big Magazine, The New York Times, Pitchfork, and The Advocate. As a film director, he won an MVPA for Best New Director, and has gone on to interpret the visions of artists, Kanye West, Common, Rise Against, Cee-Lo, John Legend among others. As well, he helmed spots for Adidas, Vans, Longchamps, Italian Vogue, PlayStation, Toyota, Dr. Pepper and Sony with work being recognized by Cannes, The CLIOS and London International Awards.
Federico García is a young director from Argentina working in commercials, short narrative films and documentaries, and has worked for South American, US and European markets with experience in directing talent in Spanish, English, Polish and Italian. He began his career as an assistant director for some of the top commercial directors in his native Buenos Aires, and has been working as a director since 2006. He was featured in the Cannes Film Festival’s Saatchi & Saatchi New Director’s showcase in 2009 and has worked with such agencies as Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, La Comunidad, JWT, Conill Advertising, Global Hue and El Cielo, among others. His documentaries have aired on international TV networks, and his most recent short film “Where Are You Going?” is currently making the rounds at film festivals, having been screened in New York and Los Ángeles.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Daniel Rosenfeld wanted to be a pianist, but as time passed, he realized making films was his true calling. Daniel’s first film “Saluzzi – Ensayo para Bandoneón y Tres Hermanos”, had a world premier at the Berlin Film Festival, the San Sebastian Film Festival and the opening night at the New York Film Festival. His second feature film “La Quimera de los Heroes” was honored with the New Director Award, a Certain Regard by the Jury at the Venice Film Festival, and also the Audience Award at Belfort (France). The film also had a Special Mention at the Buenos Aires Film Festival. Daniel’s most recent movie, “Cornelia frente al espejo” won an award at the Rotterdam Film Festival. Daniel embraces a natural storytelling narrative, a style he masterfully blends into his TV ad work as well as his meticulous work with actors. Daniel has worked with some of the top agencies in the world for brands such as Peugeot, Coca-cola, H20, Volkswagen, Sancor, Sprite, Walmart, Bagley and Vodafone, among others.
Construir mundos, historias, situaciones inesperadas y ponerlas en escena es un acto mágico que nos hace emocionar, sorprender, reír y reflexionar. Ese es un objetivo. Interesado en buscar el núcleo esencial de cada trabajo a lo largo del proceso que es cada vez más importante a la hora de realizar una pieza. Trabajar en equipo, preguntar, crear hipótesis de las que nacen nuevas preguntas y así continuar abriendo los ojos para comprender hacia dónde ir es también un acto mágico que cada trabajo tiene. Con estudios en la Universidad del Cine, guión, arte y literatura; experiencias en trabajos alrededor del mundo, viajes, amores y amigos, Martín busca puntos de apoyo para construir cada pieza, hacer cada vez mejores preguntas y construir adecuadas y originales estéticas. Hace años Martín trabaja para importantes marcas (Coca-Cola, Samsung, YPF, Quilmes, Colgate, Nivea, entre otras.) y filma en diferentes mercados del mundo (Argentina, Brasil, México, Chile, España, USA & Medio Oriente) obteniendo reconocimientos internacionales (Cannes, NY, London).
Pregnant women have strange cravings, my mother’s was watching a double film session religiously every day of those nine months. From that moment, telling stories has been my way of seeing and unraveling the world. First, a stop motion video clip with clicks of playmovil when I was seventeen, I spent moving little arms of clicks for two months and I guess I understood that my vocation was strong. Since then I have not stopped, video art, short films, video clips, advertising and a film “Everyone is dead” and another in preparation “Where the Summer went”. I have presented my work at festivals like Berlin and Cannes and I was twice nominated for the Goya awards, the first for Best Short Documentary and the second for Novel Direction. My work gathers more than 70 national and international awards and recognitions and thanks to the fact that I have not done so badly, I can continue doing what I like the most in the world; filming.
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