Martin Rieznik graduated in Film Directing from the Fundación Universidad de Chile (FUC in its Spanish acronym). He also completed his actor training in the Centro Cultural San Martín . In 2009, he was awarded by the “One Minute Festival, Aarau Switzerland 09” for his short film “ DA2 ”.
Between 2012 and 2014, he was the audiovisual director of “ La mano que tacha ”, multimedia play worthy of the stimulation to cultural activity scholarship granted by the Fondo Nacional de las Artes . The play was performed at the Centro Cultural Borges and the Excéntrico Teatro.
In 2014, he released the short film “ Portuñol ”, written and directed by him, shot in 35mm under the production of the Universidad del Cine . In 2016 he made his Feature Film debut with "Jungle" and is currently filming "A History of Prohibition", a documentary produced by the institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts of the Argentine Republic, INCAA.