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OK, movie buffs. This is the week you’ve all been waiting for. After a culinary-themed festival, another dedicated to Russian film, and our roundup of the best Argentine films from the recent Mar del Plata festival, it’s time to …

Hi there! Happy Thanksgiving, if you celebrate that sort of thing; if you don’t, well, happy Thursday. It’s the start of another weekend, which means we have an exciting batch of new events to recommend to you. And because variety …

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 …

On Wednesday, November 13 at 5:30 PM, the American Club will debut the movie Nowhere is a Place, the Past, Present and Future of a Patagonia Wilderness. The film is approximately 50 minutes long and will be followed by …

Hi, friends. How was your week? Was it long and arduous? Was it tough, yet fulfilling? Did it all feel a little pointless? Did you learn a little bit about yourself and the world around you? Whatever the case, you …

Adrenaline junkies, mountain men (and women), and nature nerds, it’s your lucky day. The 2019 edition of the Banff Mountain Film Festival starts today at the Village Recoleta movie theater, running through Wednesday, September 4th. Founded in Canada, the world’s …

If you’ve been reading The Bubble on a regular basis, you’ll know that we absolutely love to cover the stories about Argentines making it big abroad. Whether it’s two amigas bringing the joys of yerba mate to the hipsters in …

Welcome to what is, apparently, the final weekend of August 2019. If you’re anything like me, these little reminders – “we are now entering the 9th month of the year,” “we are now in the final year of the decade,” …

The weekend. That precious little two-day breather from your hectic schedule of advancing other people’s interests. That brief window of time when, if you’re lucky, you can forget about things that are well beyond your control (the economy, the elections, …

At this point, there’s no use trying to beat around the bush. Climate change is real, we’re destroying the planet, the glaciers are melting, and basically… it’s all our fault. Yep. Sorry about that. It sucks. So, if you care …