Sebastian Orgambide

Born in Buenos Aires, December 1966.

2001. Sociology courses at School of Sociology, Buenos Aires University.
1990. Graduated from School of Graphic Design, Buenos Aires University.

From 1985 to 1990 developed his work as Photographer and as such, participated in several exhibitions.
Directed independent documentaries and music videos.
As Graphic Designer, he worked for different media: Publishers, Advertising companies and Fashion brands.
Since 1990, Art Director and Production Designer for films, commercials and TV shows.
Working in Latin America and Europe, as well as on several projects produced in Argentina for the U.S. general market.
Former Drum player in the “Sorry” band.

2017. Senior thesis tutor in Art Direction at the National School of Experimentation and Cinematographic Realization (ENERC).
2016. Directed Music video for AMIA.
2016. Nominated Best Art Direction “El Clan”. Fenix Awards (Mexico).
2016. Nominated Best Art Direction “El Clan”. Platino Awards (Spain).
2016. Best Art Direction award “El Clan”, Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Argentina.
2013. Art Director of the Economy and Finance National Ministry stand at Science and technology exhibition, “Tecnopolis”.
2011. Edición Remota publishes his first photo book “Amateur”.

As Production Designer:
2016. “La Cordillera”, directed by Santiago Mitre. (K&S Films, Mod Producciones).
2016. “Permitidos”, directed by Ariel Winograd. (Tresplanos, Patagonik).
2015. “La Idea de un Lago”, directed by Milagros Mumenthaler. (Ruda Cine, Alina Films).
In competition at Locarno Film Festival 2016.
2015. “El Clan”, directed by Pablo Trapero. (K&S Films, El Deseo, 20 th Century Fox).
In competition at Venice film Festival / Best director award.
2013. “Los Palidos”, Short film directed by Martin Kalina. (RudaCine).
2010. “The Island”, directed by Kamen Kalev. (WaterFront film, Le Pacte).
Included in Quinzaine des réalisateurs, Cannes film festival 2011.
2010. “Abrir puertas y ventanas”, directed by Milagros Mumenthaler. (Ruda Cine, Alina Films).
Best film at Locarno film festival 2011.
2009. “Juntos para siempre”, directed by Pablo Solarz. (Creando cine, Primer Plano).
2008. “Tetro”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. (American Zoetrope, Tornasol).
Included in Quinzaine des réalisateurs, Cannes film festival 2009.
2006. “The Past”, directed by Hector Babenco. (K&S Films, HB films, Warner Bros.)

As Art Director:
2013. “Focus”, directed by Glen Ficarra and John Requa. (Warner Bros.) Art Director (Argentina).
2002. “Franco Buenaventura”, TV Serie. (TELEFE).
2001. “Cuatro Amigas”, TV Serie. (ideas del Sur).
1998. “Silvia Prieto”, directed by Martin Rejtman. (Independent film).