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El Hombre de tu Vida

El Hombre de tu Vida

Directed by: Juan José Campanella

Cast: Guillermo Francella, Mercedes Morán, Luis Brandoni

Genre: Comedia

Script: Juan José Campanella, Marcela Guerty

Music: Emilio Kauderer

Origin: Argentina

Length: 22 episodes x 45 minutes.

Website: http://elhombredetuvida.telefe.com/

IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1994702/


Year: 2011

Uli's Worlds

Uli's Worlds

Directed by: María Antolini

Cast: Thiago Petrone, Margarita López, Pelusa Suero, Paulina Rachid, Damián Valgiusti

Genre: Family

Script: Paula Varela

Music: Segno Music, Oliverio Duhalde, Sergei Grosny

Origin: Argentina

Length: 26 episodes x 14 minutes.


Year: 2011

Yo puedo, vos podés

Yo puedo, vos podés

Directed by: Pablo Aulita

Genre: Educational

Origin: Argentina

Length: 4 episodes x 30 minutes.

Website: http://www.eltrecetv.com.ar/programa/yo-puedo-vos-podes


Year: 2010

Entornos Invisibles

Entornos Invisibles

Directed by: Ariel "Lepe" Frajnd

Cast: Juan José Campanella, Carolina Chande, Julio Graham, Martino Zaidelis

Genre: Educational

Origin: Argentina

Length: 13 episodes x 28 minutes.

Website: http://www.encuentro.gov.ar/Event.aspx?Id=263


Year: 2009

Había una vez un club

Había una vez un club

Directed by: Martino Zaidelis, Pablo Aulita

Genre: Documentary

Origin: Argentina

Length: 13 episodes x 50 minutes.

Website: http://www.encuentro.gov.ar/Event.aspx?Id=279


Year: 2009

Sueños de radio

Sueños de radio

Directed by: Martino Zaidelis, Pablo Aulita

Genre: Documentary

Origin: Argentina

Length: 5 episodes x 50 minutes.

Website: http://www.encuentro.gov.ar/Event.aspx?Id=428


Year: 2009

Cuentos Cardinales

Cuentos Cardinales

Directed by: Martino Zaidelis

Genre: Documentary

Origin: Argentina

Length: 2 episodes x 50 minutes.

Website: http://www.encuentro.gov.ar/Event.aspx?Id=112


Year: 2007

Vientos de Agua

Vientos de Agua

Directed by: Juan José Campanella, Sebastián Pivotto, Bruno Stagnaro

Cast: Ernesto Alterio, Eduardo Blanco, Héctor Alterio, Pablo Rago, Angie Cepeda, Giulia Michelini, Claudia Fontán, Caterina Murino, Bárbara Goenaga

Genre: Drama

Script: Juan José Campanella, Juan Pablo Domenech, Alejo Flah, Aurea Martínez, Aída Bortnik

Music: Emilio Kauderer

Origin: Argentina

Length: 13 episodes x 50 minutes.

Synopsis:
A drama series that traces a Spanish man's emigration to Argentina in the 1930s, and, years later, his son's return to modern-day Spain.

Awards: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0459724/awards

Website: http://www.vientosdeagua.com.ar/

IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0459724/


Year: 2006

Condor and the Ande

Condor and the Ande

Directed by: Guillermo Krüger

Genre: Documentary

Music: Bruno Sanfilippo

Origin: Argentina

Length: 1 episode x 26 minutes.

Synopsis:
Present of a remote past
A documentary series transports the viewer to the present and remote world of Patagonia. To the south that "Che" traveled, that astonished Darwin and Magellan. A south of condors, guanacos and orcas; of pre-historic cave paintings, Jurassic fossils and ancient trees. Flora, fauna, and man interacting in the beautiful and severe south of South America.
Patagonia, defined as the territory from the high peaks of the Andes Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, stretches from the 40th South Parallel to the Straits of Magellan, some 800.000 km2. An immense open-air laboratory, always attractive to scholars and travelers.
The land's heritage of natural assets transform a Patagonian pilgrimage into a quest for the origins of our world.
All beneath the Southern Cross.
"Condor and the Ande" is part of this documentary series (Episode 3 of 9).

Website: http://www.aikesur.com/cas/episodio03.htm


Year: 2002

Condors and Ceremonies

Condors and Ceremonies

Directed by: Guillermo Krüger

Genre: Documentary

Music: Bruno Sanfilippo

Origin: Argentina

Length: 1 episode x 26 minutes.

Synopsis:
Present of a remote past
A documentary series transports the viewer to the present and remote world of Patagonia. To the south that "Che" traveled, that astonished Darwin and Magellan. A south of condors, guanacos and orcas; of pre-historic cave paintings, Jurassic fossils and ancient trees. Flora, fauna, and man interacting in the beautiful and severe south of South America.
Patagonia, defined as the territory from the high peaks of the Andes Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, stretches from the 40th South Parallel to the Straits of Magellan, some 800.000 km2. An immense open-air laboratory, always attractive to scholars and travelers.
The land's heritage of natural assets transform a Patagonian pilgrimage into a quest for the origins of our world.
All beneath the Southern Cross.
"Condors and Ceremonies" is part of this documentary series (Episode 4 of 9).

Website: http://www.aikesur.com/cas/episodio04.htm


Year: 2002