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You are in: Home > 2005. 53rd Edition  > Awards and Jury Members > Horizontes Award Jury > EDGARDO COZARINSKY

Born in Buenos Aires in 1939. In 1974 he moved to Paris, staying there for several years, until taking the decision to return to Argentina and relaunch his film work there. For the last 18 years he has alternated his residence between the two cities, making cinema indistinctly in one or the other. A writer as well as a moviemaker, he has published essays (on Henry James, Borges and cinema) and fiction work, the most recent of which are La novia de Odessa (2001) and El rufián moldavo (2004).

As a director he has made numerous titles for cinema and video alike. His favourite are La guerre d’un seul homme (1981), Guerreros y cautivas (1989), Le violon de Rothschild (1996), Fantômes de Tanger (1997), Crepúsculo rojo (2003) and Ronda nocturna (2005).

His filmography and literary works all move in a fuzzy world somewhere between reality and imagination. For Cozarinsky, the borders between documentary and fiction are so pale that he doesn’t think twice of continually skipping back and forth, creating a different sensation in the spectator. Present at San Sebastian on several occasions, his latest movie, Ronda nocturna, will be screened at a special Horizontes Latinos session.


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