Born in Buenos Aires on November 4th 1966, Juan Diego Solanas followed his father (a renowned film director in Argentina) to France when the latter fled his country where dictatorship was rife. There, he studied art history and gave free rein to his passion: photography. He became assistant to Felix Monti, his father’s cinematographer, before becoming his cinematographer himself for “La Nube” (1998). After directing a lot of commercials he made his first short film, “L’homme sans tête”, in 2001, and his first feature length movie “Nordeste”, in 2005. Today he is most known for his groundbreaking sci-fi feature length movie “Upside Down”, featuring stars Kirsten Dunts & Jim Sturgess.

In 2020 Solanas released, to critial acclaim, his documentary “Let It Be Law”, highlighting the the feminist movement that fights for the legalization of the voluntary interruption of pregnancy in Argentina.

Let It Be Law - Documentary Trailer
Upside Down - Movie Poster
Upside Down - Movie Trailer
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Making Love in the Air"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Tango Dancing on the Cieling"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Discovering Floor Zero"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Fliying Pancake"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Universal Rules"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Reuniting Upside Down"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Running for their Lives"
Upside Down - Movie Clip "Jumping out of the Earth"
Nordeste - Trailer