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|Died||28 June 2006 (aged 47)|
He started to make films early in life, while still a high school student in the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires. After graduation he started studying psychology, a career he pursued for a short time before dropping out in favor of enrolling in the Centro de Experimentacion y Realizacion Cinematografica (CERC, actually ENERC, INCAA's film school), from which he graduated in 1983 with a short film called La espera, based on a story by Jorge Luis Borges.
He directed his first film, Nine Queens (Spanish: Nueve reinas) in 2000, and the second one, El aura, in 2005, which he was going to present in Edinburgh, at the International Film Festival, a month later. Both films starred Ricardo Darín in the lead role.
- In both of his films (El aura and Nueve reinas) various characters mention "El Turco", a powerful underworld figure who is never shown on screen.
- Criminal (2004) by Gregory Jacobs is a remake of his film Nine Queens.
- Fabián Bielinsky on IMDb
- BBC Movies. 8 July 2002. Interview.
- Clarín. 29 June 2006. Murió Fabián Bielinsky, director de "El Aura" y "Nueve Reinas".
- Página/12. 29 June 2006. El adiós a un talento de alto vuelo