Martina Gusman was born in 1978 in Argentina and is a producer. She graduated in Combined Arts from the University of Buenos Aires and took a degree in acting at the Carlos Gandolfo school. From 1998 to 2000 she worked in advertising film production. In 2001 she started working with Pablo Trapero in his film production company, Sargentina.
In 2002 she founded Matanza Cine together with Pablo Trapero, an independent film production company, where she took part in the following films:
El Bonaerense (2002), by Pablo Trapero; Sarasa (2002), by Pablo Trapero; Ciudad de María (2003), by Enrique Bellande; La Mecha (2003), a full-length film by Raúl Perrone; Familia Rodante (2004), by Pablo Trapero; Géminis (2005) by Albertina Carri; Mi Mejor Enemigo (2005); Dí Buen Día a Papá (2005), by Fernando Vargas, 2005 (Co-Producer). As an executive producer she worked on Mbya Tierra en Rojo (2006), a documentary directed by Philip Cox and Valeria Mapelman; Nacido y Criado (2006), by Pablo Trapero; La Rabia, by Albertina Carri, (2007); Intersección (2007), by Pablo Trapero 2007; Leonera (2008), a full-length film by Pablo Trapero.
In parallel with her work in the production field, in 2005 she played a role as an actress in the film Nacido y Criado and in 2007 starred in Leonera by Pablo Trapero.