Roger Koza

Film critic, programmer

Roger Koza (1968): Member of Fipresci, he works as a film critic for the newspaper La Voz del Interior in the province of Córdoba and also publishes regularly in the magazines Ñ and Número Cero, as well as on the online website Con los ojos abiertos, of which he is editor; he currently hosts the television programme El cinematógrafo (channel 10 of the National University of Córdoba) and is a presenter on Filmoteca (Public Television of Argentina). Since 2006, he has been programmer of the Vitrina section of the International Film Festival of Hamburg, Germany, a section dedicated to Ibero-American cinema; he was programmer, from 2011 to 2018, of FICUNAM, International Film Festival of the Autonomous University of Mexico. Since 2018, he has been programmer consultant of Viennale, Austria. He has also been artistic director since 2014 of the Cosquín International Film Festival (Córdoba) and since 2018 of the legendary Doc Buenos Aires. He has published essays and reviews in books and collective catalogues translated into Japanese, English, Portuguese and French. His two latest international publications are An Invisible Wind, in Angela Schanelec, book edited by the Viennale, 2019 and Faith in Fiction: The Cinema of Miguel Gomes, in Reframing Portuguese Cinema In The 21st Century.