WERNER CINE is a young production company founded with the goal of producing authentic and genuine projects that have great potential artistically, commercially and cultural identity. He starts his professional career working along renowned Argentinean directors, such as Martin Rejtman, Ana Katz and Pablo Fendrik. In 2008, he founded Werner Cine. So far he has launched movies as: La inocencia de la araña (Sebastián Caulier, 2012) Official competition Mar del Plata Film Fest, Deshora (Barbara Sarasola-Day, 2013) Berlinale / Bafici / Cartagena 2013. Showroom (Fernando Molnar, 2014), La Huella en la Niebla (Emiliano Grieco, 2014), Oficial competition Mar del plata & Torino Film Festival, La niña de tacones amarillos (Luján Loioco, 2015) Bafici, Terror 5 (Sebastian y Federico Rotstein, 2016) Official competition Mar del Plata, Marche du Film in Cannes & Sitges. El corral (Sebastian Caulier, 2017) Bafici, Sao Pablo, La Habana. Boni Bonita (Daniel Barosa, 2018) Coproduction Brasil-Argentina and El rocio (Emiliano Grieco, 2019) 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 2013/18 (Germany).

Daniel Andrés Werner

Daniel Werner (1981) has studied Film Direction at Cievyc. In 2000, he started his career alongside diverse Argentinean directors, such as Martín Rejtman, Ana Katz, Sebastián Schindel, among others. He has worked as an assistant director and has directed music videos for different artists. In 2019, he has just finished production for his short film Nadador. Bandit Love will be his directorial debut feature film.