ARGENTINA

Lucrecia MARTEL

Lucrecia MARTEL
Biography

Born in 1966 in Salta, Argentina, Lucrecia Martel studied at Avellaneda Experimental (AVEX) and attended the National Experimentation Filmmaking School (ENERC) in Buenos Aires.
Issued from the "nouvelle vague" of Argentinean directors, which includes A. Caetano, D. Burman, U. Rosell, B. Stagnaro, S. Gugliotta and J. Gaggero, she directed a number of short films between 1988 and 1994. Rey Muerto (Dead King) in 1995 was part of Historias Breves I (Brief Tales I). In 2001, she directed her first feature La Ciénaga (The Swamp), award-winner at Berlin, Sundance, Havana, and Toulouse among other festivals. Selected for the 3rd edition of the 2002 Festival's Residence, she has since written and directed La Niña Santa (The Holy Girl), a reflection about adolescence, and the awakening of desire and faith, selected in Competition at the 2004 Festival de Cannes.

Films presented at Cannes

LA MUJER SIN CABEZA THE HEADLESS WOMAN 2008 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue
LA NINA SANTA THE HOLY GIRL 2004 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue
Jury members
Member - Feature films - 2006
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Directors

Aurélien  PEILLOUX

Aurélien PEILLOUX

Director
Chulayarnnon SIRIPHOL

Chulayarnnon SIRIPHOL

David LYNCH

David LYNCH

Director
YOON Jong-Bin

YOON Jong-Bin

Luis ESCOBAR

Luis ESCOBAR

Mario SOLDATI

Mario SOLDATI

Director
Michel HAZANAVICIUS

Michel HAZANAVICIUS

Olivier ASSAYAS

Olivier ASSAYAS

Director
Xavier DOLAN

Xavier DOLAN

Director
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