Tristán Bauer

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Tristán Bauer
Los 7 locos - Presentación - Tristán Bauer.jpg
Born (1959-06-22) June 22, 1959 (age 57)
Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Occupation film producer
television producer
Years active 1984 – present

Tristán Bauer (born June 22, 1959) is an Argentine film maker[1][2] and screenwriter. His work has received several international awards, particularly for his films Iluminados por el fuego ("Illuminated by Fire", Goya Award), Después de la tormenta ('After the Storm") and Cortázar (Silver Condor Award).

Bauer serves, from 2007 as the director of the Public Media System of Argentina. He has been responsible of the creation of Argentina's Ministry of Education Canal Encuentro TV network and is a member of the Board of Directors of the pan-Latin American network teleSUR.



  1. Che, un hombre nuevo (2010)
  2. Iluminados por el fuego (2005)
  3. Los libros y la noche (1999)
  4. Evita, una tumba sin paz, mediometraje (1997)
  5. Cortázar (1994)
  6. El oficio de amar, mediometraje (1993)
  7. Después de la tormenta (1991)
  8. Ni tan blancos, ni tan indios, cortometraje (1984)


  1. Iluminados por el fuego (2005)
  2. Los libros y la noche (1999)
  3. Cortázar (1994)
  4. Después de la tormenta (1991)


  1. ^ Gill, Nicholas; Greenspan, Eliot; Blore, Shawn; Charlie O'Malley; Alexandra de Vries; Christie Pashby; Neil E. Schlecht; Jisel Perilla (2010-06-28). Frommer's South America. Frommer's. p. 45. ISBN 978-0-470-59155-0. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Bao, Sandra; Clark, Gregor; Symington, Andy; Bridget Gleeson; Lucas Vidgen (2010-08-01). Argentina. Lonely Planet. p. 47. ISBN 978-1-74179-464-9. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 

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