Manuel Abramovich is a critically acclaimed filmmaker, editor and cinematographer from Argentina. Born in 1989, Abramovich grew up in the city of Rosario where he developed a passion for cinema. After studying film at the University of Buenos Aires, he began his career as an independent filmmaker.
Since then, he has directed numerous award-winning short films, including “The Future Ahead” (2013) and “The Mute” (2015) which both garnered him awards at international film festivals. His feature debut, “The Gulls” (2017) also won the Best Fiction Feature Award at the BAFICI Film Festival.
Abramovich is known for his unique visual storytelling style, often blending elements of magical realism with a distinct naturalism. His films explore the complexities of relationships, identity and personal growth in a captivating way that has captivated audiences worldwide.
His latest work, “Antenas” (2019) was selected for the Cannes Film Festival and received numerous accolades, including the FIPRESCI Prize for Best Film. The film tells a powerful story of a young girl’s journey of self-discovery, and is a testament to Abramovich’s talent as a filmmaker.
In addition to his work as a director, Abramovich has also been active in the editing world, most notably for his collaboration with director Lucrecia Martel on her acclaimed feature “The Headless Woman” (2008).
Manuel Abramovich’s work has been praised for its unique vision and its ability to evoke emotion. His films have been described as “lyrical and dreamlike” and “haunting and beautiful”. He has established himself as one of the most exciting directors in modern cinema, and his work continues to captivate audiences around the world.