Pablo Trapero

Biography

Pablo Trapero is an Argentine film producer, editor, and director. Considered as one of the biggest creative forces of Argentinian cinema.

Pablo studied architecture and film at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. His first feature, Crane World, won a Tiger Award at IFFR in 2000 as well as the FIPRESCI Award. While continuing to direct his own films, he established his own production company in 2002. His films have been shown and awarded at major international film festivals. The Clan (2015) won him Best Director at the Venice Film Festival.

As Director, Scriptwriter and Producer
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 Quietud (2018)

As Director Only
Mocoso malcriado (1993)
Negocios (1995)
Naikor, La Estación de Servicio (2001)

As Producer Only
La Libertad (2001)
La Mecha (2003)
Ciudad de María (2002)
Mi Mejor Enemigo (2005)
Dí Buen Día a Papá (2005)
Géminis (2005)

Television
Ensayo (2003) – TV series

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