Manuel Abramovich (Buenos Aires, 1987) is a director, producer, and director of photography.

His work challenges the limits between reality and fiction, and reflects on the concept of an author in so-called 'documentary filmmaking'. He has directed La Reina (2013), Las Luces (2014), Solar (2016), Soldado (2017), and Años Luz (2017). His works have received numerous awards, and have been shown at festivals and artistic institutions such as the Berlinale, Venice, MoMA, Cinéma du Réel, IDFA, Tribeca, Tabakalera, Film Society of Lincoln Center, BAFICI, and Documenta Madrid.

He was selected for various grants and residencies, including the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Buenos Aires), Tres Puertos (Mexico and Chile), EMARE (Germany), and others.

Currently, he is developing a trilogy focused on sex work and pornography in three cities: Berlin, Mexico City, and Buenos Aires.


Años Luz, 2017, Argentina/Spain/Brazil, 72'.

Soldado, 2017, Argentina, 73'.

Solar, 2016, Argentina, 75'.

Las Luces, 2014, Argentina, 6'.

La Reina, 2013, Argentina, 19'.


Cargo - Nota descriptiva
Film director
Artistas y Creadores