MIGUEL SCHVERDFINGER

MIGUEL SCHVERDFINGER

Miguel Schverdfinger has been nominated for an Ariel five times and finally won one for his work on Rigoberto Pérezcano’s Norteado (2009). He has edited more than 35 films, including Hamaca paraguaya by Paz Encina (FIPRESI Award at Cannes 2006), Abel by Diego Luna (2010), La demora by Rodrigo Plá (Best Picture at the Forum section of the Berlinale, 2012), La sirga by William Vega (Cannes Directors’ Fortnight 2012), La tierra y la sombra by César Acevedo (winner of the Camera d’Or at Cannes Critics Week 2015) Zama (2017) by Lucrecia Martel and Pájaros de verano by Ciro Guerra, which is currently in post-production.