Pablo Ignacio Coronel is a renowned Argentine film director, writer, and producer. He was born in Buenos Aires in 1965, and is the son of Argentine writer and poet Eduardo Coronel. He studied film directing at the Escuela de Cine de Buenos Aires, and his career in the film industry began in the late 1990s.
Coronel's debut feature film, El Baño de la Muchacha (The Girl's Bath) was released in 1997 and won critical acclaim in film festivals across Latin America. This drama tells the story of a young girl's struggles to maintain her innocence in the face of an oppressive and threatening society. In 2000, Coronel released his second feature film, La Estación de las Mujeres (The Women's Station), which tells the story of a group of women fighting against poverty and violence in rural Argentina. This film won multiple awards and was nominated for five Argentine Academy Awards.
In 2002, Coronel wrote and directed the comedy El Tren de la Vida (The Train of Life), which tells the story of two young men who go on a journey in search of a better life. This film was a commercial and critical success, and won Best Director at the Cartagena Film Festival.
In 2004, Coronel wrote and directed the romantic comedy El Juego de los Idiotas (The Idiot's Game), which tells the story of two young lovers who must face the challenges of a modern world. This film was a huge success, and won Best Film at the Argentine Academy Awards.
Coronel's most recent feature film is the drama Una Mujer de Bien (A Good Woman), which tells the story of a woman struggling to survive in a hostile world. This film won multiple awards, including Best Film at the Havana Film Festival.
Throughout his career, Coronel has been dedicated to making films that explore issues of social justice and human rights. His films focus on the struggles of marginalized people in Argentina, and he is considered an important voice in Latin American cinema. Coronel is currently working on his next film, a drama set in the Argentine countryside.