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Edgard Tenembaum was born in Rosario, Argentina. He holds a master's degree in cinema studies from Paris' Sorbonne University.
As an associate producer at IMA Productions, he produced documentaries and feature films such as Pablo Perelman's Archipelago, and Gonzalo Justiniano's Amnesia.
Working at both Ellipse Canal Plus and Morgane Productions since 1997, Mr. Tenembaum has produced documentaries, telefilms, and feature films. These have included Assi Dayan's The 92 Minutes of Mr. Baum; Dover Kosashvili's Late Marriage, which went on to worldwide success following its World Premiere at the 2001 Cannes International Film Festival; and Damien Odoul's Le Souffle (winner of two awards at the 2001 Venice International Festival).
He reteamed with the latter director on Errances, which premiered at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival. His most recent production is another reunion, with Dover Kosashvili on the 2004 release Gift From Heaven.
Mr. Tenembaum, along with his partners Gerard Lacroix and Gerard Pont, founded Tu Vas Voir Productions, a subsidiary of Morgane Production dedicated to feature film production. The Motorcycle Diaries is the company's first production.