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2019 has finally arrived, and the inevitable new year’s resolution questions are still lingering. But forget resolving to do more exercise or responsibly saving your pennies for a rainy day. You’re in Buenos Aires! A city of parks and sculptures, …

November: the month of impatiently waiting for the sun to shine uninterrupted for more than three days. To aid these extended rainy days (please, can it stop now?), pop on your trusty Netflix account and get ridiculously excited for …

As the bitter cold weather continues, “Netflix & Chill” is still an entirely appropriate weekend and after-work activity. We should all revel in this lazy opportunity before the sun comes out and there’s societal pressure to actually hang out with …

The best part of saying goodbye to your friends at the end of a night is to gaze creepily into their eyes when they bid you farewell and say: “This is not goodbye. Because it wasn’t over. It’s still not …

Let’s talk cinema clubs. A term that perhaps evokes an image of dense intellectuals huffing over hard-to-get movies by crackers European film directors and paying a monthly subscription fee (like Netflix…) But here, sh*t ain’t like that as Ice-T …

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 …

Stealing from another country is rude, and stealing from your own country is dumb. In a move looking to preserve the virtue of our cinema consumption habits, INCAA (National Institute for Cinema and Audiovisual Arts) and satellite company ArSat have …