Alejandro Fernándes Mouján (Argentina)

Alejandro Fernández Mouján was born in 1952 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started to work in film industy in 1980 as a technician and camera assistent. In 1987 he produced and directed his first documentary film called Banderas de humo. Since 2006 he has been working as a director of Área Cine de Canal 7 of Public TV of Argentina.


Banderas de humo (Argentina, 1989)
Caminos del Chaco (77´, Argentina, 1998)
Argentina, un país, infinitas posibilidades (Argentina, 2001)
Las Palmas, Chaco (105´, Argentina, 2002)
Nunca son demasiados (Argentina, 2003)
Los convidados de piedra (Argentina, 2003)
Un tango para Misiones (Argentina, 2004)
Sólo se escucha el viento (Argentina, 2004)
Espejo para cuando me pruebe el smoking (100´, Argentina, 2005)
Pulqui, un instante en la patria de la felicidad (85´, Argentina, 2007)
Los resistentes (167´, Argentina, 2009)
Tierra sublevada: Oro negro (107', Venezuela/Argentina, 2011)

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