Albertina Carri

Albertina Carri (born in 1973) is a film director, screenwriter and actress.

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Biography

Daughter of sociologist Roberto Carri and Ana Maria Caruso, 4 years of age is an orphan, as parents are missing from the military dictatorship that ruled at that time (the self-styled national reorganization process. Passes his childhood with his grandparents and two sisters. After having studied for screenwriter in the Film University Foundation of Buenos Aires, in 1998 began working in his opera prima called I don’t want to go home premiered in 2000. He has done several roles within its activity of filmmaker, performing camera, mounting and still producing some of his films.

Filmography

As Director he has made the following films:

* I don’t want to go home (2000)

* Excursions (2001, short film)

* Aurora (2001, short film)

* Argentina stories live (2001, short film)

* Barbie can also be sad (2001, short film)

* The blondes (2003)

* Fame (2003, short film)

* Back (2004, short film)

* Gemini (2005)

* Urgent (2007)

* Rabies (2008)

As a writer:

* I don’t want to go home (2000)

* Barbie can also be sad (2001, short film)

* Fame (2003, short film)

* The blondes (2003)

* Gemini (2005)

* Urgent (2007)

* Rabies (2008)

As a producer:

* I don’t want to go home (2000)

* Barbie can also be sad (2001, short film)

* The blondes (2003)

Other works:

Camera:

* I don’t want to go home (2000)

* The blondes (2003)

Mounting:

* Aurora (2001, short film)

Camera Assistant:

* Silvia Prieto (1998)

* That it is not spoken (1993)