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Lucrecia Martel

“From the very beginning, even when I’m writing, I think a lot about the sound. Many elements of my work in cinema come from oral storytelling and oral tradition. I think about sound and the rhythm of the sound.”

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    ZAMA

    Lucrecia Martel Argentina, 2017

    Nine years after The Headless Woman, Argentine master Lucrecia Martel returns with this ingenious adaptation of the frenzied first-person novel Zama, brilliantly inserting her own contemporary commentary on masculinity and colonialism. A singular and stupefying, cutting-edge period drama.

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    NORTH TERMINAL

    Lucrecia Martel Argentina, 2021

    Turning to the grounding powers of nature and artistic solidarity, Lucrecia Martel’s documentary short carves a soulful reprieve from the uncertainties of the outside world. Vibrating through the woodlands of Salta, songs of freedom and resistance create a sonic haven against conservative doctrines.

    THE HEADLESS WOMAN

    Lucrecia Martel Argentina, 2008

    One of cinema’s most talented filmmakers, Lucrecia Martel, brings all her powers of sensual, evocative visuals to this dream-like mystery, which plunges fearlessly into the mindstate of a woman—an incredible María Onetto—on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Nominated for the Palme d’Or.

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