Virna and Ernesto are Integral Filmmakers. This means that they do by themselves: the script, the direction, the production and all the technical roles -camera, editing, photography, costumes, sound and animations- of their films. At the same time, they are the distributors of their movies. They are in favour of the free circulation of their documentaries by internet.

Their films are mainly historical, political and biographical. They are disciples of documentary films from the 60's and 70's, both the English Direct Cinema as the New Latin American Cinema, through wich they learned the force of the ideological montage and the active relationship between cinema and political commitment.

Their two first films, Raymundo and Heart of the Factory, winners of 25 international awards, have different approaches: the first one is a montage film and the other a direct recording film. Both narrate the intimacy and the humanity of their protagonists, in a context of passion, struggle and political commitment, where they can lose everything to get a collective goal.

Nazión, a film directed only by Ernesto Ardito, keeps the style of found footage of Raymundo, but it tells the story from the opposite view: the right-wing ideology in Argentina. The climates and intrigues are under the influence of the horror genre.

Since Alejandra (2013) and Moreno (2013) their style evolved. They begin to experiment with the cinematographic tools to build the psicological and subjetive universe of the protagonists, despite they are historical characters.

Virna and Ernesto build the whole story starting from details of images because they are not looking for passive spectators, they need dynamic viewers. They think, like others filmmakers, than objectivity not exist, but they do not confuse a subjective view with an autistic view of the History. They make a thorough investigation trying to get always to the original source.

The integral realization method is not a whim for Virna and Ernesto. They understood it like the only way to get political and economical independece to make their films. They love to experiment in their films, without limits of time or money, that is why they created a production design that allowed them to do it.