4 October 1971 |
San Justo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Occupation||Film producer, film editor, film director|
His films are known for portraying the lives of ordinary people, and usually involving some form of social criticism to modern society, such as his movie Mundo Grúa (which portrayed the life of a migrant contract worker), or the highly acclaimed El Bonaerense, which focused on the corruption and the lives of Buenos Aires Province police officers.
He's also known for speaking about taboo subjects such incest, as portrayed in his recent film as a producer Géminis (directed by Albertina Carri), which depicts a romantic relationship between a brother and sister.
In 2015, his film The Clan competed at 72nd Venice International Film Festival, for which he won Silver Lion. The film subsequently received an honorable mention from the Platform jury at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Producer and Director
- Mundo Grúa (1999)
- El Bonaerense (2002)
- Familia Rodante (2004)
- Nacido y Criado (2006)
- Leonera (2008), released in the U.S. as Lion's Den
- Carancho (2010)
- White Elephant (2012)
- The Clan (2015)
- La Libertad (2001)
- La Mecha (2003)
- Ciudad de María (2002)
- Mi Mejor Enemigo (2005)
- Dí Buen Día a Papá (2005)
- Géminis (2005)
- Ensayo (2003) - TV Series
- Pablo Trapero at the Internet Movie Database
- "Defending Champ Argentina Submits 'Carancho' to Oscars". thewrap.com. Retrieved 2010-10-01.
- "9 Foreign Language Films Continue to Oscar® Race". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-01-19.
- "2012 Official Selection". Cannes. Retrieved 2012-04-21.
- "Cannes Oficial Selection Announced". Latin American Film. Retrieved 2012-04-21.
- Cannes http://variety.com/2014/film/international/pablo-trapero-tapped-to-head-cannes-un-certain-regard-jury-1201154058/. Retrieved 2014-04-08. Missing or empty
- "LIVE: The winners of the 72nd Venice Film Festival". Retrieved 12 September 2015.
- "Toronto International Film Festival Announces 2015 Award Winners" (PDF) (Press release). TIFF. 2015-09-20. Retrieved 2015-09-21.