Andrés Andreani is an Argentinean visual artist, actor and filmmaker. His first feature film, "NOVAK," premiered in Buenos Aires in 2009 and has since been screened in festivals around the United States, South America and Europe. The film won 'Best International Comedy' at The New York International Independent Film Festival in 2010. For his second feature, "Longchamps," Andres choreographed 27 actors and 8 cameras to tell a choir story about the world being saved by music. In 2011, Andres directed a short film under the supervision of Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr, entitled, "The State That I am Fish." The film premiered at The Split Film Festival and then was screened in Paris at Béla Tarr's retrospective at Centre Pompidou. Currently, Andres resides in Paris, where he makes videos for renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort and is working on his third feature film, "Peter Bartok Junior."