Lucrecia Martel

Lucrecia Martel

Still: La niña santa
Critically acclaimed filmmaker Lucretia MARTEL (1966, Argentina) is considered one of the leading auteurs of Latin American cinema. Mostly self-taught, Martel started making animated short films in her early twenties before receiving international renown with her first feature La ciénaga (2001). It won numerous international awards including the Alfred Bauer Prize at Berlin. Her subsequent features further consolidated her reputation in world cinema. La niña santa (2004) and La mujer sin cabeza (2008) were both nominated for a Palme d’Or and Zama (2017) was chosen to represent Argentina in the Oscar and Goya Awards. Her work has also found a great deal of academic attention, highlighting themes as gender, patriarchy, class and colonialism.


El 56/The 56 (1988, short), Piso 24/24th Floor (1989, short), No te la llevarás, maldito/You Won’t Get Her, Bastard (1989, short), La otra/The Other (1990, short doc), Besos rojos/Red Kisses (1991, short), Magazine for Fai (1995, TV series, episode: 1° capítulo), Rey muerto/Dead King (1995, short), Encarnación Ezcurra (1998, TV doc), Silvina Ocampo (1998, TV, doc), Las dependencias/The Outbuildings (1999, TV doc), La ciénaga/The Swamp (2000), La niña santa/The Holy Girl (2004), La ciudad que huye/The City That Flees (2006, short), La mujer sin cabeza/The Headless Woman (2008), Nueva Argirópolis/New Argirópolis (2010, short), Pescados/Fish (2010, short), Muta/Mutate (2011, short), El aula vacía/The Empty Classroom (2015, doc, co-dir), Zama (2017)

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