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Mauro Andrizzi
Mauro Andrizzi is an Argentinean scriptwriter and filmmaker born in Mar del Plata in 1980. He studied scriptwriting and graduated from the ENERC (National Film School), Buenos Aires, in 2001. He wrote his first short films as a student 'Blue Room' (1999), 'Terminal Beach' (2000), 'Three versions of a robbery' (2000), 'Neighbours' (2001) and the film-thesis 'Rain' (2001), and worked in several TV shows in Buenos Aires after his graduation. Since 2001, he has been a programmer for the Mar del Plata International Film Festival (Argentina).

His works have been screened at major international film festivals. They include 'Color and Pixel' (2006), a documentary short film shot at the Museum of Art History in Vienna, 'Mono' (2007, documentary/feature film) and 'Iraqi Short Films' (2008), a compilation of video snippers shot by a cross section of amateur documentarians.



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