WERNER Cine is a young production company, founded with the main goal of producing genuine and authentic projects with artistic, commercial and cultural potential.

Its main producer Daniel Andrés Werner was born in Buenos Aires in 1981. He starts his professional career working along renowned Argentinean directors, such as Martin Rejtman (Los guantes mágicos), Ana Katz (Una novia errante) and Pablo Fendrik (La sangre brota). In 2008, he founds Werner Cine as an independent producer, after working for eight years in Magoya Films (owned by Nicolás Batlle) developing fiction and documentary projects and contents for television and film.

So far he has launched Maytland (Marcelo Charras, 2010) Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, La inocencia de la araña (Sebastián Caulier, 2012) Competition Section, Mar del Plata International Film Festival, Deshora (Barbara Sarasola-Day, 2013) Berlinale – Panorama / Bafici / Cartagena 2013, Diamante (Emiliano Grieco, 2014) Mar del Plata International Film Festival and La huella en la niebla (Emiliano Grieco, 2014) Torino Film Festival and Latin American Competition, Mar del Plata International Film Festival.
He is currently producing three fiction features: Showroom by Fernando Molnar, La niña de tacones amarillos by Luján Loioco and Terror 5 by Sebastián and Federico Rotstein, for whom he produced the short Liebre 105, which has traveled the world’s main genre festivals.

In developing stage are Jugo de Tomate by Sofía Mora, El Corral by Sebastián Caulier and El Rocío, by Emiliano Grieco, all of these being second fiction features.

His passion for documentary led him to produce Salvaje (Sebastian Caulier, 2011), La Paz en Buenos Aires (Marcelo Charras, 2013) and El gran Simulador (Nestor Frenkel, 2013).

He has been invited to participate in renowned international seminars and markets: Bal-Eave Puentes 2010 (Argentina/Spain), Asocine-Ibermedia 2010 (Panama), Morelia Lab 2011 (Mexico), Tareula 2011 (Mexico), Produire au Sud 2012 (Brazil), European Film Market 2013 (Germany) and Berlinale Coproduction Market 2013 (Germany).

Daniel Andrés Werner

Its main producer Daniel Andrés Werner was born in Buenos Aires in 1981. He starts his professional career working along renowned Argentinean directors, such as Martin Rejtman (Los guantes mágicos), Ana Katz (Una novia errante) and Pablo Fendrik (La sangre brota). In 2008, he founds Werner Cine as an independent producer, after working for eight years in Magoya Films (owned by Nicolás Batlle) developing fiction and documentary projects and contents for television and film.