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Will you take a look at how far little Carlos Robledo Puch has come? Not the real one, of course. He’s still rotting in a jail cell somewhere and stopped being little Carlos Robledo Puch about forty years ago. No, …

Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat’s comedy El Ciudadano Ilustre has been chosen to represent Argentina in the US Oscars and the Goya Awards in Spain. The national contender for “Best Foreign Film” was chosen today by the local Academy of …

The Argentinian Film Academy chose Pablo Trapero’s film El Clan to represent Argentina for the foreign-language category yesterday. This surprised very few seeing as the film broke records for attendance during its premier.

Based on the very real (and disturbing) …

That’s how most Americans view it, and that’s why moviemaker Damián Szifrón will come back empty-handed from Hollywood, according to this piece written by staff member Emily Jensen.. She came to the studio to discuss it with Adrian, Bianca and …

I would really love it if on February 22 this headline were proven wrong. That’s partly because living in Argentina means I’m emotionally obliged to root for Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) as it competes for the Oscar for Best Foreign

Bet you saw this coming: Damián Szifrón’s wildly successful black comedy-anthology, Relatos Salvajes, was shortlisted yesterday and will be competing alongside four other international blockbusters to win “Best Foreign-Language Film” at the 87th Academy Awards this February.

The cast …