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56 articles available in total starting from 18/05/2010. Last article published on 15/05/2020.

Review: Moira

Review: Moira

The open wounds caused by Argentina’s bloody, military dictatorship are at the heart of Daniel Lovecchio’s drama, which unfolds across two eras  

15/05 | Films | Reviews | Argentina/Spain

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand II

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand II

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production One in a Thousand, directed by Clarisa Navas, centre of a case study at the World Cinema Fund Day  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand I

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand I

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production One in a Thousand, directed by Clarisa Navas, centre of a case study at the World Cinema Fund Day  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day: Director's Talk with Clarisa Navas

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day: Director's Talk with Clarisa Navas

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: Argentina's Clarisa Navas, director of Panorama opener One in a Thousand, discusses images, love as resistance and locations as identities with WCF head Vincenzo Bugno  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Review: Makongo

Review: Makongo

Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community  

18/03 | Cinéma du réel 2020

Benjamín Domenech  • Producer of Infanta

Interview: Benjamín Domenech • Producer of Infanta

“Our film needs to feel like a growing fever, a contagious spirit that can reflect on the present from the perspective of the past”

We chatted to Benjamín Domenech, the producer of Infanta, which won the €20,000 Eurimages Co-production Development Award at IFFR earlier this year  

11/03 | IFFR 2020 | IFFR Pro

Review: A Common Crime

Review: A Common Crime

BERLINALE 2020: Argentina’s Francisco Márquez denounces the persecution of civilians in his psychological thriller about a woman who unwittingly becomes an accessory to a crime  

27/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Review: Window Boy Would Also Like To Have A Submarine

Review: Window Boy Would Also Like To Have A Submarine

BERLINALE 2020: Uruguay director Alex Piperno makes his debut with a fantastical tale about a sailor who travels through space and time aboard a cruise ship with magical portals  

24/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Forum

Review: One in a Thousand

Review: One in a Thousand

BERLINALE 2020: The expression “growing pains” was coined for a reason, as proven by Clarisa Navas’ sophomore feature, which has opened the Panorama section of the Berlinale  

21/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

The Argentinian filmmaker’s new drama revolves around two bank clerks who break free from the obligations of society  

17/02 | Production | Funding | Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Luxembourg

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