Filmography

Feature Films.

1.- “Doncela” (2009, Argentina) by Argentinian director Daniel Mondino. Suspense film.

2.- “Rescates” (“Rescues”, 2010, Argentina) by Argentinian director Pablo Flores. Comedy-drama film.

3.- “Re-Entry: The Grey Zone” (2013, Sri Lanka, USA, New Zealand) by neozeland director Ray Jay. Sci-fi film.

4.- “Cuando tu carne grite ¡Basta!” (“When your flesh screams”, 2014, Argentina) by Argentinian director Guillermo Martínez. Horror film.

5.- “Justicia Propia” (Justified, 2014, Argentina) by Argentinian director Sergio Mastroberti and with general production and performance by Juan Manuel Olmedo. Action film.

6.- “Las Mujeres del Diablo” (2016, in post-production, Argentina) by Argentinian director Guillermo Martínez. Horror film.

7.- “Tape” (2016, in post-production, México) by Mexican director Manuel Galindo. Suspense film.

8.- “Decisiones” (“Decisions”, 2015 Argentina) by Argentinian director Juan Mirarchi. Drama Film.

9.- “Exhibits” (2016, in production, UK) by Mike Clarke and others. Horror film.

10.- “Blackout” (2017, in post-production, UK) by Eddie Saint-Jean. Horror film.

11.- “Genesis: Fall of the Crime Empire” (2016, USA) by Joseph Mbah. Suspense action film.

12.- “Healing Scars” (2016, UK) directed by Mark Nugent, produced by Mike Clark. Documetal film about MMA Fighter Rob “c4” Sinclair.

13.- “Five Hells for a Thief” (2016, UK, in production) directed by Mike Clarke. Suspense and horror film.

Short-films.

1.- “Un espíritu sorprendido” (An amazed spirit, 2010) by Argentinian director Pablo Flores. Dramatic short film.

2.-“41º” (2010) by Argentinian director Nicolás Morrone. Suspense short film.

3.- “Maldito” (Damned, 2010) by Argentinian director Nicolás Morrone. Epic-dramatic short film.

4.- “Syncro: Milagro o Casualidad” (Synchro: Miracle or Casuality, 2011) by Argentinian director Daniel Mondino. Suspense short film.

5.- “Enemigo Lejano” (Distant Enemy, 2011) by Chilean director Pablo Roldán López. Western short film.

6.- “T is for Tomato” (2011) by Chilean director Pablo Roldán López. Epic-dramatic short film.

7.- “1918” (2011) by German director Tim Kochs. Epic-dramatic short film about the World War I, filmed in USA.

8.- “The Entity” (2012) by American director Nick Flamand. Suspense short film.

9.- “Marcha atrás” (Reverse, 2012) by director Trisha Ray. Dramatic short film.

10.- “Encrucijada” (Crossroads, 2012) by Chilean director Pablo Roldán López, produced by Inverse Gravity Films. Action short film, about the extended universe of Star Wars.

11.- “Kyle and Carl” (2012) by Korean director Sun Kim, produced by WSE Films. Comic short film.

12.- “Los de Afuera” (The outsiders, 2012) by Argentinian director Hernán Fdel. Terror short film.

13.- “Del otro lado de la puerta” (The other side of the door, 2012) directed and written by Nicolás Iaconis IV. Dramatic short film.

14.- “Eres cada solitario instante” (You are every solitary instant, 2012) directed and written by Nicolás Iaconis IV. Suspense short film.

15.- “El señor K y el peto azul” (2012) directed by Spanish director Patricia Venti.

16.- “The opportunity” (2012) directed by American director Austin Williams, produced by WSE Films.

17.- “Silence of a Twisted Mind” (2013) directed by American director Nick Flamand.

18.- “The ways have become Dangerous” (2013) directed by Nicolás Iaconis IV. Drama and action film.

19.- “Django” (2013) directed by Chilean director Pablo Roldán Lopez for the Tarantino’s Django Unchained Contest, sponsored by Sony Pictures and Sony Electronics.

20.- “Maldito” (Cursed, Spain, 2013) by FPY Productions for the Notodofilmfest. Horror short-film.

21.- “Happy Birthday” (2013) by Argentinian director Daniel Mondino. Drama film.

22.- “Caminos” (Pathways, Perú 2013) by Renzo Rodríguez. Drama film.

23.- “El Rastreador” (The Tracker, 2014, in post-production) by Nicolás Iaconis IV. Suspense and action film.

24.- “Road to Redemption” (2015) by Chilean director Pablo Roldán López. Western film.

25.- “Defense Mechanism” (2013) by Nicolás Iaconis IV. Suspense film.

26.- “Assassin” (UK, 2013) by Polish director Mariusz Scislowicz. Action and martial arts film.

27.- “Appearance” (2014) by Argentinian director Daniel Mondino. Suspense film.

28.- “Dragon Ball Z Live Action” (UK, 2014) by Polish director Mariusz Scislowicz.

29.- “Noctiluca” (Argentina, 2014) by director Eduardo Rizzi. Drama.

30.- “Bene Velle” (Spain, 2015) by director José Berodas.

31.- “Light up” (Argentina, 2015) by director Renzo Rodríguez.

32.- “Guests” (UK, 2015) by director Sébastien Blanc. Horror short-film.

33.- “Good Night, Sweetie” (México, 2015) by director Priscilla Grijalva. Suspense short-film.

34.- “Dragon Ball Z Live Action” (UK, 2015) by Polish director Mariusz Scislowicz. Action short-film.

35.- “Lighthouse” (UK, 2015) by director Sébastien Blanc. Comedy drama short-film.

36.- “Insidias Diaboli” (Chile, 2016) by chilean director Diego Esteban Álvarez Lee’on. Horror short-film.

37.- “Love’s Innocence Lost” (UK, 2016) directed by Mike Clarke. Drama short-film.

38.- “Presumptuous” (Spain, 2016) directed by José Berodas. Drama short-film.

39.- “Beauty Saloon” (Argentina, 2016) directed by Federico Loguancio. Comedy-western short-film.

40.- “The Heart of the Forest” (Argentina, 2016, in post-production) directed by Pablo Pujadas. Drama short-film.

41.- “Ricochet: a bullet for a dead man” (Chile, 2016) directed by Pablo Roldán López. Western short-film.

42.- “Remembrance Day” (UK, 2016) directed by Rob Woods, written by Rob Walters. Drama short-film.

43.- “Backwards” (Argentina, 2016) directed by Alexan Kevork Sarikamichian. Fashion film.

44.- “Loop” (Argentina, 2016) directed by Juan Mirarchi. Suspense and horror film.

45.- “The Kid” (Argentina, 2016) directed by Ezequiel Pacheco. Post-apocalyptic film.

46.- “The Message” (Argentina, 2016) directed by Nicolás Ratier. Suspense film.

47.- “Fly in your Dreams” (UK, 2016) filmed by Mariusz Scislowicz. Aereal cinematography video.

48.- “The Rescue” (Chile, 2016) written and directed by Pablo Roldán López for the 48 Hours Project of Santiago de Chile.

49.- “El Becario” (España, 2017) directed by Fernando Esbec.

50.- “Street Fighter” (Argentina, 2017) directed by Diego Fraga, starring Juan Manbuel Olmedo. Martial arts-action film.

51.- “Cinematic Fight Scene” (UK, 2017) directed by Mariusz Scislowicz. Action film.

Web Series

1.- “Te Propongo” (“I propose to you”, Argentina, 2016) directed by Juan Mirarchi. Romantic comedy series.

Media Projects.

1.- Institutional video of Corvalius (2011) filmed by La Rueda Audiovisual.

2.- Theater play “Las de Barranco” (2011).

3.- Commercial of “Rover.com” (2012) by korean director Sun Kim and produced by WSE Films. Commercial for Seattle.

4.- Videos of Emani (2012, in post-production) by korean director Sun Kim and produced by WSE Films.

5.- Videos of dancers from “Project GoGo” (2012) by korean director Sun Kim and produced by WSE Films.

6.- Videos “Morning Calm” (2012) by korean director Sun Kim and produced by WSE Films.

7.- Music for episodes of television program “What’s good 206?” from Seattle. Directed and produced by Austin Williams. 

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