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Germán A. Panarisi

Germán A. Panarisi (Argentina, 1981) was awarded a grant to study Economics at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 1999, which led him to live in Spain from that year to the present. He combined his studies with his vocation for cinema. His first screenplay "Minesweeper" got the jury's and most voted screenplay award at Magonia Pictures contest (2002). He is also founder of the Latin American Student and Cinematographic Associations at Universidad Carlos III in which he has taken part in several short films. He directed his first audiovisual project "Without trial" in 2003. A baccalaureate in Economics he started a degree on Media Studies. Along with Daniel Torres Arincoli he has directed the adaptation of Argentinian writer Isidoro Blaistein´s tale "Salvation".

Short film credits

Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Camera Operator
Image from La Salvación

La Salvación

Spain | 2008 | 12:00
In 1970's Argentina, a desperate man goes to a store in search of salvation. There, he manages to buy it, but, will he be saved?
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