Marta N. Bautis

Tiempo Azul Productions

Full Bio
Marta Noemi Bautis, director of Tiempo Azul Productions, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has travelled throughout Latin America as a photojournalist. Her social documentaries tell stories of struggle and hope, and they have been screened at numerous international festivals, among them the New Latin American Cinema Festival, in Havana, Cuba, the Latino Film Festival of Sydney, in Australia, and the Latino Film Festival of San Diego, in California. Since 1999, Ms. Bautis is a faculty member of the School of Contemporary Arts, Ramapo College of New Jersey, where she teaches various film-related courses, including Directing the Documentary, Latino Images and the Hollywood Paradigm and The Social Documentary and Human Rights Issues.

Professional Credits
Director: A Condor in the Reeds, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 60 minutes, 2014

Director: Sarayaku: Rivers of Corn, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 63 minutes, 2009

Director: Dreaming the Future, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 56 minutes, 2006

Director: Street Tanguedia, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 45 minutes, 2005

Director: Global Tango, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 53 minutes, 2004

Director: Stories from Acahualinca, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 51 miutes, 2003

Director: Nicaragua: the children are waiting, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 51 minutes, 2002

Director: Morir por amor: Latinas and AIDS, Tiempo Azul Productions, 48 minutes, 1998

Director: The Mother, Part 10-Mitos Maternos, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary-Fiction, 69 minutes, 1994

Director: Home is Struggle, Tiempo Azul Productions, Documentary, 38 minutes, 1992
Industry Awards
New York State Council on the Arts Production and Distribution Grant

Women in Film Postproduction Award

Paul Robeson Fund Development Grant

Caribbean Cultural Exchange Grant

San Antonio CineFestival Mesquite Award
NYWIFT Committees
International, Special Events
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Countries Worked In
Dominican Republic
Foreign Languages Spoken