Of Argentine origin and Spanish residence for a number of decades, Marina Seresesky (Buenos Aires, 1969- ) boasts an extensive career in the performing arts and the audiovisual industry. She began as an actress. She performed in the Teatro Meridional theatrical group and participated in a variey of productions directed by Gerardo Vera (Agosto) and Omar Grasso (La tempestad and El misántropo). In addition to her work in theater, she played the lead in the film Entre Abril y Julio (2002) by Aitor Gaizka and has appeared in a number of television series (No sé quien eres and MIR). Her debut in film direction took place in 2010 with the documentary Madres 0,15 el minuto, which won the Biznaga de Plata at the XIV Malaga Film Festival, and a fiction short, El cortejo. Her short La boda (2012), earned awards in national and international film festivals and a Goya nomination (2013) for Best Fiction Short. The culmination of her directorial and screen writing work came four years later with her first feature-length film, The Open Door, starring Carmen Machi, Terele Pávez, and Asier Etxeandía and produced by Meridional Producciones. The Open Door was released in Spain on September 2, 2016 and received two Goya (2017) nominations: Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Since then, Seresesky has made a couple of publicity shorts: La nueva vida (2017) for Nespresso and Padre (2018) for TEKA. She is currently in post-production for her second full-length film, the comedy Lo nunca visto, which is expected to arrive in theaters in early 2019.
To quote this bio-filmography, please use the reference: Hogan, Erin K., María García Puente (2018): «Bio-filmography of Marina Seresesky», The Gynocine Project, Barbara Zecchi, ed.