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The latest installment of the Mar del Plata Film Festival took place between the 9th and 18th of November, and we were there to scope out all the most noteworthy films. Everything from subversive, experimental micro-budget pieces (Camila Jose Donosio’s …

I don’t know about you, but I’m still reeling over the loss of the beloved BAMA Cine Art movie theater in downtown Buenos Aires. Sure, there are other places to get my foreign/indie/weirdo/fantastic film fix on, but a part of …

Breathing new life into the saying “dinner and a movie,” the El Cine Cocina festival will be taking place in at the Alianza Francesa in Buenos Aires from October 21-25. Now in its fifth edition, the original celebration of …

Mercury retrograde has really started to piss me off. I can handle the stressful miscommunications with my family, the seemingly spontaneous destruction of electronic devices, and the all-around sense of frustration that permeates everything I do or say as the …

With the month of December already upon us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and delve into what we consider to be some of the best films screened in Buenos Aires. With specific reference to Portuguese and Nordic

This week Casa Brandon will play host to a diverse mix of artists, musicians, intellectuals, and DJs from around the world at the Festival de Arte Queer in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. …

Who doesn’t love a good horror movie? The screams! The horrifying imagery! The visceral thrill of being absolutely terrified coupled with the reassuring knowledge that you’re actually sitting comfortably in a movie theater, far from anything that might actually inflict

With October now behind us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and open your eyes to the world of cinema that lies around every corner in Buenos Aires. As we discussed last month, Argentines love a good film …

Calling all cinema fanatics! From August 19th to September 19th we’re celebrating Argentine Cinema Month. This is an opportunity to switch off the Hollywood rom-com you were thinking of re-watching on Netflix for the seventh time (Mean Girls 

Unless you’ve been hiding out under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ll know that today, (June 14) the long-anticipated Russian World Cup is kicking off. With everyone keeping their fingers crossed for Argentina, there’ll be plenty of opportunities