Manuel Antín (born February 27, 1926) is an Argentine film director and screenwriter.
Manuel Antín was born in Las Palmas, Chaco Province, in 1926. He first wrote for Argentine television in 1956 and made his directorial debut in 1962 with his first film: La cifra impar (Odd Number), based on a story by Julio Cortázar, (Cartas de mamá). The filmThe Venerable Ones earned him a Golden Palm nomination at the Cannes Film Festival, and his Circe (1964), a Golden Bear at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. Perhaps his best-known film, the bucolic Don Segundo Sombra (1969), earned him a second Golden Palm nomination at Cannes.
In 1983 he was designated as director of the Instituto Nacional de Cine in the government of Raúl Alfonsín.
In 1991 he founded the Universidad del Cine, an institution devoted to film teaching and production.
- La Invitación (1982)
- Allá lejos y hace tiempo (Far Away and Long Ago) (1978)
- La Sartén por el mango (In the Driver's Seat) (1972)
- Juan Manuel de Rosas (1972)
- Don Segundo Sombra (1969)
- Castigo al traidor (Punishment to the Traitor) (1966)
- Psique y sexo (segment "La Estrella del desierto") (1965)
- Intimidad de los parques (1965)
- Circe (1964)
- La Cifra impar (Odd Number) (1962)
- Los Venerables todos (The Venerable Ones) (1962)
- "IMDB.com: Awards for Circe". imdb.com. Retrieved 2010-02-16.
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