Osvaldo Daicich

Osvaldo Daicich is a film director and screenwriter Argentine born Wilde, started from Avellaneda, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, on 13 March 1975 and has worked on various films.

Graduated in journalism at the Universidad Nacional de buenos aires and at the International film and television school (EICTV, Cuba) and direction in the new University of film and TV in Italy. In 2000 he directed the documentary film the eyes of Havana which received the Video-Documental Prize in the national Cine-Video Plaza 2000 Festival, special jury mention at the Festival by first, Holguín, Cuba (2000), and the jury Grand Prix photography Festival Santiago Álvarez, Cuban (2001).

Also directed the short film in 2001 the last wagon which won best short film Prize international BNL, Taormina, international (2003), Sun gold for best international short film festival of Biarritz, (2002), and special mention of the jury in Viña del Mar (2001). He wrote the book notes on the new Latin American cinema: interviews with filmmakers Latin American and made notes on the new Latin American cinema video. He worked as a teacher Coordinator EICTV, filmmaker in Canal + of Spain, NUCT, Italy documentary filmmaker and producer. He was sworn in Trieste Latin American cinema (2003) Festival and the Camaguey image store (2001) in Cuba.

Filmography

Director

* Soy beans (2009)

* Occhi chiari (2003)

* Roma Tango (2003)

* Eduardo Galeano, Goldsmith and Walker (2002)

* The last wagon (2002)

* Notes on the new Latin American cinema (2001)

* Snow white (2001)

* The eyes of Havana (2000)

* Arlt (1998)

Screenwriter

* Soy beans (2009)

* Occhi chiari (2003)

* Roma Tango (2003)

* Eduardo Galeano, Goldsmith and Walker (2002)

* The last wagon short film (2002)

* Notes on the new Latin American cinema (2001)

* Snow white (2001)

Documentary research

* Soy beans (2009)

Producer

* Roma Tango (2003)

Performance

* Arlt (1998)

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