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The Curtain Drops on the 17th Edition of BAFICI

The Curtain Drops on the 17th Edition of BAFICI

Saturday saw the 17th edition of the Buenos Aires independent film festival, BAFICI, draw to a close. Wendy Gosselin looks back on the highlights.

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Top Argentine Picks from BAFICI 2015

Top Argentine Picks from BAFICI 2015

There’s still time to get in on BAFICI before the festival ends on Saturday, and despite the festival’s international nature, there are many local screenings worth catching. Wendy Gosselin breaks it down.

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10 Tips for Getting the Most Out of BAFICI

10 Tips for Getting the Most Out of BAFICI

Film writer Wendy Gosselin offers some tips on how to manoeuvre Latin America’s most important film festival.

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March Movies to Catch

March Movies to Catch

Film buff Wendy Gosselin reviews the Argentine films currently showing in cinemas, breaking down which are the ones worth catching.

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‘Voley’, More than just a Game

‘Voley’, More than just a Game

The latest film by actor and director Martin Piroyansky, shows the relationships between six young friends who decide to spend New Year’s Eve in the Delta, where sex, drugs, and love take over their lives.

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Support Good Pitch2 Argentina!

Support Good Pitch2 Argentina!

Ideame is an online platform, which helps creators to finance their projects through crowdfunding. This week we look at the Good Pitch2 Argentina campaign, which supports independent documentary filmmakers.

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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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