Masterclass: Martín Rejtman = Masterclass: Martín Rejtman = Masterclass: Martín Rejtman
Masterclass given by Martín Rejtman, who will also chair the Nest Film Students jury. The Argentine is the author of titles such as Silvia Prieto (Made in Spanish, 1999), Los guantes mágicos (The Magic Gloves, Horizontes Latinos, 2003) and Dos disparos (Two Shots Fired, Horizontes Latinos, 2014), and this year he will present the short film Shakti in Zabaltegi-Tabakalera, three years after the retrospective dedicated to him by Tabakalera and after having given a workshop at the centre.
Martín Rejtman (Buenos Aires, 1961) studied film at New York University (NYU). He made his directorial debut with Rapado (1992), followed by Silvia Prieto (1999), screened in San Sebastian’s Made in Spanish section, Los guantes mágicos (2004), winner of the FIPRESCI prize for Best Argentine Film and a participant in San Sebastian’s Horizontes selection, Entrenamiento elemental para actores (2009), co-directed with Federico León, and Dos disparos (2014), which competed at the Locarno Festival and was presented in San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos section. In 2007 he directed the documentary Copacabana, FIPRESCI prize for Best Documentary at Mexico City’s FICCO. Shakti (Zabaltegi-Tabakalera) competed in the Berlin Festival’s Official Short Film Competition. This year he is the president of the Nest Film Students jury.