Karina Wroblewski was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in 1970. Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Buenos Aires, and Master of Cultural Management from Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences. Founder and Director of the Audiovisual Archive of Writers, first institution dedicated to archive and audiovisual production on Argentinean literature  She directed Obra en Construcción, a series of 80 short documentaries on 80 Argentinean writers. She also directed La Herencia a series of 10 short documentaries on Argentinean writers born in the 70s, and the documentary Poetas, premiered in Buenos Aires and Paris in 2013. “I’m playing this tomorrow” Julio Cortázar and the music is her first feature documentary film.


Silvia Vegierski Schimchak was born in Montevideo (Uruguay) in 1972 and moved to Buenos Aires where she currently lives. Editor and English translator. She has been for a decade the Executive Coordinator of the Audiovisual Archive of Writers, first institution dedicated to archive and audiovisual production on Argentinean literature She produced Obra en Construcción, a series of 80 short documentaries on 80 Argentinean writers. She also producted La Herencia, a series of 10 short documentaries on Argentinean writers born in the 70s. She directed Poetas, premiered in Buenos Aires and Paris in 2013. "I'm playing this tomorrow" Julio Cortázar and the music is her first feature documentary film.

Ariel Ludin was born in Eilat (Israel) in 1971. At the age of five, he moved to Buenos Aires, where he currently lives. Documentary filmmaker and television director, director of photography and camera in films and television. Since 1990, he's been making TV programs for, among others: Canal Siete, Canal Trece, Telefe, Encuentro, Fox toma1, Gourmet, Canal A, Nat Geo, Discovery Channel (Argentina), Canal 1 (Israel), TVE, RAI, Fox, Telemundo, Univision (USA), Caracol (Colombia). He directed the documentaries: 4 Estaciones en el Bajo de Santa Rosa (in producción); 8 Escalas, Julio Bocca, con Julio Bocca y el Ballet Argentino; No hay gran cosa, gente sencilla, vida- Jana Castro; Los generales del fútbol; and "I'm playing this tomorrow" Julio Cortázar and the music.

"I'm playing this tomorrow" Julio Cortázar and the music
Directed by Karina Wroblewski y Silvia Vegierski // Edited by Ariel Ludin
Writen and produced by Karina Wroblewski y Silvia Vegierski // Coordination in Paris: Carla Sanguineti y Chloé Bertrand
Graphic design: Willy Weiss // Original Music by Ernesto Jodos

Filmed in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Paris (France) and Lima (Peru).
Duration: 75 minutes
Subtitles: French / English / Spanish