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Juan Pablo Zaramella

His last film Luminaris delighted Anima and walked away with the Grand Prix in 2012. Even though each one of his creations demonstrates an interest for many different techniques, it is always to serve a mischievous and sometimes poetic humour. He occupies a very special place in the movida of Argentinean graphic artists as he works in the medium of animation; other than his shorts and a medium-length film, we can also see a selection of his advertising work.

  • El Desafìo a la Muerte, 2001 3, 3’30’’
  • El Guante, 2001, 10’
  • Viaje a Marte, 2004, 16’
  • Sexteens, 2006, 6’20’’
  • Lapsus, 2007, 4’
  • En la Opera, 2010, 1’
  • Hotcorn, 2011, 1’
  • Luminaris, 2011, 6’20’’
  • Making of Luminaris, 2011, 10’30’’
  • Dìa de Reyes, 2001, 45’’
  • The Mirror Has 1000 Faces, 2001, 2’
  • INASE/SENASA, 2005, 55’’
  • Knorr – Gnocchi, 2006, 1’
  • Fun House, 2010, 1’
  • Pepitos, 2012, 1’
  • Renault Plan Rombo, 2013, 30’’
  • Annecy 2010, 2010, 1’
  • Elementos, 2011, 7’10’’
  • Desafìo Ultrabook, 2012, 2’
  • Anima Mundi , 2013, 45’’
  • Mar del Plata Film Festival, 2013, 40’’
  • Blood Window-Nosferatu, 2013, 20’’
  • F&F-Back to School, 2013, 30’’

From 16 years.

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