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Just going to leave this here before trying to talk you into updating your Tuesday night plans.

Once a Cuban member’s club, Buena Vista Social Club, situated in the Havana’s Marianao neighborhood, is now better known as the soundtrack to …

Drones are named after male bees. But while the insect population is in decline, drones are projected to be an industry worth nearly US $13 billion by 2024. They are cheap as hell and readily available, costing as little as …

Former French Minister of Cultural Affairs, André Malraux, once described Buenos Aires as the capital of an empire that never existed. Argentine creative director and founder of Calixta Productions, Tomás Gómez Bustillo, painted it for us.

Last week his fifteen …

Your cinephile friends won’t be available to grab a beer for the next two weeks. Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema (BAFICI) is on, guys. But by all means, jump on the bandwagon. Tickets are cheaper than going …

The week of March 7th, marks the kickoff of French film week, organized by the French Institute and hosted by the French Alliance on Córdoba 946. The week-long event will project a selection of five films at 7.30PM every …

HUMAN by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, which is quite possibly the best ever made documentary, is being screened at French Alliance (Cordoba 946) today at 7.30PM and if you can make it, don’t miss it! En serio.

The David Attenborough style arial …

With Valentine’s Day, and it’s capitalists notions of all things love, behind us, it’s time to really start enjoying February! It’s the shortest month of the year, so aprovechar the 14 days we’ve got left and head to MALBA for …

If the open air cinema program at the Rosedal doesn’t take your fancy, here’s a plan b for you. Thank you Buenos Aires and your proactive Culture Ministry.

Nazis, baby dolls, genetic experiments and an innocent family all combine in …

If the idea of watching a movie in your car is registering as underwhelming to you (or your access to a car is on par with the average José in post-revolution Cuba) there’s another way you can spend your summer …

Pedro Almodóvar, the director loved by gays, high school Spanish teachers and liberal arts majors the world over is being celebrated in a month long film series hosted by Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti.

The acclaimed director …