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Hernan Musaluppi

Hernán Musaluppi (Buenos Aires, 1971) is a film producer and teacher.

In his early days he collaborated on the production of iconic films in the so-called Argentine New Wave, such as Martin Rejtman’s Silvia Prieto (1999), Lisandro Alonso’s La libertad (2001), andPablo Trapero’s Mundo grúa (1999), among others. In 2001, he joined Natacha Cervi Rizoma to found an independent company which proceeded in only a few years to bag awards at some of the world’s most important festivals and to establish itself as one of the most highly recognised production companies in the region. Since then, their more than thirty films have been distributed commercially all over the world. Their productions include: Carlos M. Quintela’s La obra del siglo (2015), selected for the Horizontes Latinos section at this year’s San Sebastian Festival; Anahí Berneri’s Aire libre (2014), competitor at the 2014 San Sebastian Festival; Gustavo Taretto’s Las insoladas (2014); Ezequiel Radusky and Agustín Toscano’s Los dueños (2013); Gustavo Taretto’s Medianeras (2011); Adrián Biniez’s Gigante (2009); Juan Taratuto’s ¿Quién dice que es fácil? (2007);Rodrigo Moreno’s El custodio (2006); Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll’s Whisky (2004); Juan Taratuto’s No sos vos soy yo (2004); and Martín Rejtman’s Los guantes mágicos (2003).

He has served on several international juries, and particularly on the Best First Feature Award Jury (Berlinale 2014) and the Filmmakers of the Present Jury (Locarno 2006).

He is the President of the CAIC (Cámara Argentina de la Industria Cinematográfica), the body uniting the most important production companies in Argentina, and is the first Argentine producer to have become a member of ACE (Ateliers du Cinéma Européen).

He is chairholder of the Production professorships at the Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y Realización Cinematográfica (E.N.E.R.C.) and the Universidad del Cine. He gives talks and advisory sessions all over the continent. Since 2010 he has been giving the Projects Development Workshop at the EICTV, San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.

In 2012 he published his first book, El cine y lo que queda de mí.


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