Lucrecia Martel at IFFR
Lucrecia MARTEL (1966, Argentina) studied communications in Buenos Aires and has made several short films, a children's television programme and documentaries. Her first full-length film The Swamp (2000) won the Alfred Bauer Prize at the 2001 Berlinale. Her second and third feature films The Holy Girl (2004) and The Headless Woman (2008) were both selected for the competition in Cannes. Martel was a member of the Cannes Film Festival Feature Films Jury in 2006. Her fourth film Zama (2017) is an adaptation of Antonio di Benedetto’s book with the same name.
El 56 (1988, short), Piso 24 (1989, short), Besos rojos (1991, short), Rey muerto/Dead King (1995, short), Encarnación ezcurra (1998, TV doc), Silvina Ocampo (1998, TV, doc), La ciénaga/The Swamp (2000), La niña santa/The Holy Girl (2004), La mujer sin cabeza/The Headless Woman (2008), Nueva Argirópolis (2010, short), Pescados (2010, short), Muta (2011, short), El aula vacía (2015, doc), Zama (2017)
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