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Carlos Olguin-Trelawny is an Argentine film director, screenwriter and digital artist.
He started studying filmmaking at the ProDeo University in Rome, with professors such as Jean-Luc Godard, who let him work as second-assistant director to Academy Winner Russian director Sergei Bondarchuk for the 1970 film Waterloo. When he moved to New York, he studied screenwriting with Paul Schrader and acting with Bill Hickey.
In 1974 he took two sabbatical years and journeyed to the Orient. He chronicled his life-changing experience in a book called "Mundos sin campanarios" ("Worlds without belltowers").
He returned to Argentina where he wrote scripts for television ...
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