Lucrecia Martel

BirthDay:

14 Dec 1966

BirthPlace:

Salta, Argentina

Bio:

Born in 1966 in Salta in the North of Argentina,Lucrecia Martel settled down in Buenos Aires where she studied communication sciences. She started by directing a few shorts among which Dead King (1995), which garnered several awards in the international film festival circuit. From 1995 to 1998, she made a series of documentaries for TV as well as a children's TV programme, hailed by the Argentinian press for its unusual dark humor. From 2001 until today, Lucrecia Martel has managed to make three very personal feature films, La Ciénaga (2001), The Holy Girl (2004) and The Headless Woman (2008), in which she explores her favorite theme, troubled minds.
Filmography

Actor ( 6 credits )

La ciudad que huye (2006) Herself
Dirigido por... (2005) Interviewee
Miradas 2 (2004)  Herself (1 episode, 2008)
Versión española (1998)  Herself (2 episodes, 2006-2007)
Días de cine (1991)  Herself (3 episodes, 2008-2009)
Cinema 3 (1984)  Herself (2 episodes, 2008)

Producer ( 2 credits )

The Headless Woman (2008) producer
D.N.I. (1995) producer

Writer ( 5 credits )

Zama (2017)
Muta (2011) (co-writer)
25 miradas, 200 minutos (2010) (1 episode, 2010)
The Headless Woman (2008) (writer)
The Holy Girl (2004) (written by)

Director ( 15 credits )

Zama (2017)
Muta (2011)
Pescados (2010)
25 miradas, 200 minutos (2010) (1 episode, 2010)
Nueva Argirópolis (2010)
The Headless Woman (2008)
La ciudad que huye (2006)
The Holy Girl (2004)
La Ciénaga (2001)
Dead King (1995)
D.N.I. (1995)
Magazine for Fai (1995) (1 episode, 1995)
Besos rojos (1991)
Piso 24 (1989)
El 56 (1988)