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Virna Molina & Ernesto Ardito
Virna Molina (1975) and Ernesto Ardito (1972) are Argentine filmmakers. They made 8 documentaries for cinema and TV. Their works obtained 42 international awards. Symphony for Ana is their first fiction film.
Their first documentary was “Raymundo” (2003), about Raymundo Gleyzer, documentary filmmaker disappeared by the military dictatorship. The film won 18 international awards. After this documentary, they made: “Heart of the Factory” (2008), “Nazion” (2011), “Alejandra” (2013), “Moreno” (2013), “The future is Ours” (2014). These feature documentaries obtained a large number of international awards and honors. They received financial support from: International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA), Fondation Altercine (Canada), INCAA (Argentina), Encuentro Channel (Argentina).
Also, they made documentaries series for TV about the most important Argentinean writers: Julio Cortázar, Jorge Luis Borges, Alejandra Pizarnik, Maria Elena Wash and Paco Urondo. They teach in seminars about documentary film in different universities of the world.
Virna and Ernesto are married and they always directed their films together.
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