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Shakespeare in the City

Shakespeare in the City

William Shakespeare may have written his works in English, but for the next week, Shakespeare is going to be porteño. Annie Bacher headed along to the opening of the annual Shakespeare Festival.

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Out Now: El Vals de los Inútiles

Out Now: El Vals de los Inútiles

Annie Bacher reviews Edison Cajas’ poetic film about the student movement and the struggle for education reform in Chile.

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Erasing Dad, A Review

Erasing Dad, A Review

Ahead of this week’s release, Wendy Gosselin reviews the controversial documentary ‘Borrando a Papá’ and interviews director Ginger Gentile and producer Gabriel Balanovsky.

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On Now: Ramón Ayala

On Now: Ramón Ayala

Artist Marcos López’s directorial debut ‘Ramón Ayala’ is playing throughout June at Malba, with subtitles in English. Wendy Gosselin reviews the film, and finds it to be a visual delight.

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Out Now: Mujeres Con Pelotas

Out Now: Mujeres Con Pelotas

Marc Rogers reviews newly-released ‘Mujeres Con Pelotas’, a documentary that follows the struggle of women’s football in Argentina through the story of a team of girls in Villa 31.

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Out Now: El Otro Maradona

Out Now: El Otro Maradona

El Otro Maradona traces the story of Goyo Carrizo, childhood friend of Maradona who many say was a better footballer, before injury shortened his career. Rafa López Binaghi reviews the new documentary.

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That’s A Wrap: A Grand Finale to the 16th BAFICI

That’s A Wrap: A Grand Finale to the 16th BAFICI

BAFICI 2014 wrapped yesterday. Film writer Wendy Gosselin reflects on this year’s festival, picking some of the 16th edition’s highlights, and which films to look out for in the coming months.

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Buenos Aires Gears Up for BAFICI 2014

Buenos Aires Gears Up for BAFICI 2014

Film writer Wendy Gosselin offers an overview of the upcoming BAFICI (2nd-13th April) along with a list of some of the most anticipated films of the festival’s 16th edition.

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On Now: Tango 360

On Now: Tango 360

Cristina Trujillo reviews ‘Tango 360′, an abstract art film that pays homage to the city of Buenos Aires and it’s most famous dance, projected on a 360-degree dome screen at the planetarium.

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Cinemargentino: Streaming Argentine Cinema to Your Living Room

Cinemargentino: Streaming Argentine Cinema to Your Living Room

Brendan O’Boyle talks to the couple behind Cinemargentino, a website which seeks to strengthen the Argentine film industry by streaming Argentine films for free and with English subtitles.

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