Martín Rejtman

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Martín Rejtman (born 1961 in Buenos Aires) is an award winning Argentine film producer, film director, and screenplay writer.

He works in the cinema of Argentina.[1]

Biography[edit]

Rejtman studied filmmaking at New York University, where he had to make one short per week and had to shoot with what was available.

At NYU he established a mode of production embraced by many other young Argentine filmmakers, both before and since: that is, the art of working with a small budget.[2]

Filming style[edit]

Rejtman uses a minimalist style when making films. He said, "When I made Rapado, I felt that Argentine cinema had too much dialogue, and bad dialogue at that. I hate adornments, I hate artifice, I hate anything that's unnecessary, because there really is nothing beyond the screen."[3]

Filmography[edit]

Director

Awards[edit]

Wins

Nominations

  • Locarno International Film Festival: Golden Leopard; Martín Rejtman; for: Rapado; 1992.
  • Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor; Best Original Screenplay; for: Silvia Prieto; 2000.
  • Locarno International Film Festival: Golden Leopard; for: Los Guantes mágicos; 2003.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Martín Rejtman at the Internet Movie Database.
  2. ^ Suárez, Pablo. New Argentine Cinema: Themes, Auteurs and Trends of Innovation, (Ediciones Tatanka, 2002).
  3. ^ Suárez, Pablo. Ibid.

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