María Alché

María Alché

Argentina

Biography

María Alché is an Argentinian film director, actress, and photographer.She studied Philosophy at Buenos Aires University (UBA), and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree at ENERC (Institute of Film and Audio Visual Experimentation). She has starred in numerous art-house films, has directed several short films, like Gulliver, Noelia, Winter3025, among others, and produced her own photographic work, Fakes, for which she received awards worldwide. Developing her own language and navigating through specific topics such as family, emotional bonds, time, space, and suspense, her film work went into competition in various film festivals around the world, such as Locarno, San Sebastián, New Directors, New Films (NY) Rotterdam ZINEBI, Fribourg Film Festival, Bafici, Toulouse Film Festival, La Havana Film Festival, Milano, receiving awards worldwide. A retrospective of her work also took place in Valdivia Film Festival. A FAMILY SUBMERGED is her directorial debut, which world-premiered at Locarno Festival, and has already participated in TyPA Lab, 3 Puertos Cine (Bal, Australab, Cinemart), and Work In Progress San Sebastián.

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