Gregorio Gananian is an acclaimed Argentine film director, screenwriter, and producer born in Buenos Aires in 1973. He is known for his unique and visually stunning films, which often explore the struggles of the human condition and the fragility of life.
Gananian began his career in the film industry in the late 1990s. He started out working as a scriptwriter, penning the scripts for several feature films, shorts, and television series. His creativity and unique vision quickly gained recognition, and he soon began directing his own projects.
Gananian's first feature-length film, “El Séptimo Amanecer” (The Seventh Dawn), was released in 1999. The film follows a young woman’s journey of self-discovery and her attempt to break free from the oppressive forces of society. It was a critical success, earning Gananian an Argentine Film Critics Association award for Best Director.
Gananian’s next film, “Palabras,” was released in 2002. It follows a family’s struggle to survive in the wake of Argentina’s economic crisis. The film was a departure from Gananian’s earlier work, as it was a more serious and intimate exploration of the struggles of the working class. It was a critical success, and earned Gananian several awards, including a Goya Award for Best Latin American Film.
Gananian’s most recent feature-length film, “Tiempo de Búsqueda,” was released in 2018. The film was a return to Gananian’s more experimental and visually-driven style, and tells the story of a young woman’s search for identity in the face of a rapidly changing world. The film was a critical success, and won numerous awards, including the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Gananian’s films have been praised for their bold visual style and their thought-provoking examination of the human condition. His work has earned him numerous awards and recognition, and has cemented his status as one of Argentina’s most acclaimed directors.