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Close Up: Lucrecia Martel

May 2018

Compelling and urgent voices in contemporary cinema.

Introduction

Close Up: Lucrecia Martel

Introduction

Since Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel came onto the scene with her debut feature La Ciénaga, fans of her work (who include Pedro Almodóvar) have eagerly awaited her next project. As Zama hits screens this month we showcase a selection of Martel’s work for you to rediscover and enjoy.

  • The Close-up Salon: Lucrecia Martel

    The Close-up Salon: Lucrecia Martel

    Joins us for an afternoon of illustrated presentations and rich discussion.

  • The Headless Woman

    The Headless Woman

    A woman is ridden with guilt when she believes she’s run someone over, but has she?

  • The Holy Girl

    The Holy Girl

    Two teenage girls discover their sexuality and an intense religious devotion.

  • The Swamp

    The Swamp

    A fifty-something couple struggle with family issues in the hot, humid plains of Argentina.

  • Zama

    Zama

    A richly layered exploration of personal malaise, set in an 18th-century Spanish colony.

  • Zama + Q&A with director Lucrecia Martel

    Zama + Q&A with director Lucrecia Martel

    A richly layered exploration of personal malaise, set in an 18th-century Spanish colony.

In Partnership with:
Films and events for families

The BFI Close Up: Lucrecia Martel is in partnership and programmed in parallel with ICA Lucrecia Martel Retrospective


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