Alejandro Carrillo Penovi
Alejandro was born in México but grew up in Argentina, where he studied Film at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. After working as the Assistant Editor of the famous Argentinean editor Miguel Pérez in several projects, he co-founded Pulso Postproducción and began editing commercials for directors like Daniel Böhm, Andrés Fogwill, Fabián Bielinsky, Pucho Mentasti, and Esteban Sapir, among others. His first feature film project was the critically acclaimed “El aura” (Fabián Bielinsky), followed by “La señal” (Ricardo Darín, Martín Hodara), “La Leyenda” (Sebastián Pivotto), “Igualita a mí” (Diego Kaplan), “Tequila” (Sergio Sánchez Suárez), “The Girl From The South” (José Luis García), “Roa” (Andi Baiz), “The Color Out Of Space” (Sergio Wolf) among others.
He was nominated for a Premio Sur for Best Editing and twice for a Condor de Plata for Best Editing.
His work as a teacher includes seminars at the EICTV in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba, and at the ENERC (Argentina).
I get around balancing myself between boredom and chaos, between minutiae and essence, between punch and glamour, between passion and invoice, and between a screen and a chair.