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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

Laura Citarella

Laura CITARELLA (1981, Argentina) graduated as a film director from the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. Alongside making films, Citarella is an acclaimed film producer at El Pampero Cine Production Company. With her third feature, La mujer de los perros (2015), co-directed with Verónica Llinás, she gained international recognition at various film festivals, including IFFR in 2015. Trenque Lauquen (2022), her fourth feature film, was selected for IFFR 2023. 

Filmography

Canción para Ana (2002, short doc), Tres juntos/Three Together (2008, short), Ostende (2011), La mujer de los perros/Dog Lady (2015, co-dir), Las poetas visitan a Juana Bignozzi/The Poets Visit Juana Bignozzi (2020, co-dir), Trenque Lauquen (2022)

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Laura Citarella at IFFR

  • Trenque Lauquen

    A woman investigating a real-life romance enigmatically vanishes in this mysterious, magic, ever-shifting tale.

    • Harbour
  • Clementina

    Clementina is a delightful absurdist comedy about the lives of two eccentrics during pandemic times.

    • Bright Future
  • La mujer de los perros

    Co-director Llinás plays an intriguing, unique character in this existentialist fable about a woman who lives with a pack of dogs on the very e

    • Hubert Bals Fund
    • Previously On
    • Tigers
  • La Flor (Parte 3)

    It starts with a brilliant exercise in self-parodying metafiction and evolves into something completely different. Followed by a remake of Jean Renoir

    • Hubert Bals Fund
    • La Flor
  • La Flor (Parte 2)

    Some time in the 1980s, in the Argentine pampas, four female spies have to successfully complete ‘Operation Hercules’. In the morning, a l

    • Hubert Bals Fund
    • La Flor
  • La Flor (Parte 1)

    Monumental masterpiece in two episodes: a B-film about a scary mummy and a musical drama mixed with a real mystery.

    • Hubert Bals Fund
    • La Flor
  • Historias extraordinarias

    The absolute secret tip of the last film year is this more-than-four-hour adventurous trilogy situated on the pampas. As the title indicates, this is

    • Bright Future
  • La Flor (Parte 3)

    It starts with a brilliant exercise in self-parodying metafiction and evolves into something completely different. Followed by a remake of Jean Renoir

    • Signatures
  • La Flor (Parte 1)

    Monumental masterpiece in two episodes: a B-film about a scary mummy and a musical drama mixed with a real mystery.

    • Signatures
  • La Flor (Parte 2)

    Some time in the 1980s, in the Argentine pampas, four female spies have to successfully complete ‘Operation Hercules’. In the morning, a l

    • The Spying Thing