Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Raid in St. Pauli

Saturday 25 a las 16:00 h

Section: A Secret History of Weimar Cinema

Malba Cine - Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415

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Like Nerves, this is one the few films not set in Berlin. But the nightlife of Hamburg looks similiar to that of The Blue Angel. Shot in a modern “New Sobriety” realism, with fast editing and crossfading, this film is a look on the demi-monde, the world of hookers, gangsters and pimps. D...

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Faraday

Saturday 25 a las 16:05 h

Section: Late Night

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 9

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Faraday, the main character, has a new opportunity to start believing again in his passion: telepathy, the paranormal –the sub-normal? He and his girlfriend, who sells cupcakes and uploads videos to her blog aiming to be a star on the Internet, move to a new apartment that features ghostly pre...

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Postman’s White Nights

Saturday 25 a las 16:15 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 1

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The Keronzero Lake is a national park in northern Russia to which Andrei Konchalovski arrived in order to show, by means of the art of film, a type of invisible human extinction. There, its inhabitants live a life without a time. But the temptation of saying they inhabit the solace of an enchanted n...

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The Memory of Justice

Saturday 25 a las 16:30 h

Section: Restored Classics

Alianza Francesa - Av. Córdoba 946

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Like his earlier The Sorrow and the Pity, which examined the behavior of the French during the Nazi occupation, Marcel Ophuls’ The Memory of Justice expands the possibilities of the documentary motion picture in such a way that all future films of this sort will be compared to it. It is monume...

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Maidan

Saturday 25 a las 16:30 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 10

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The 130 minutes that Loznitsa gets from three months of resistance and combat as the population of Kiev take Maidan Square are fascinating. Unlike what any other documentary maker might have done, Loznitsa did not pull off the usual slapdash, urgent report as these events are so often treated, but r...

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Tusk

Saturday 25 a las 16:30 h

Section: Late Night

Village Caballito - Av. Rivadavia y Av. Acoyte
Room: 4

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#WalrusYes or #WalrusNo: that was the challenge Kevin Smith, the founding father of the smarty-pants (though honest in its show-offy meticulousness that started with his 1994 film Clerks) geek talk, gave to the legion of followers of his professional reinsertion, his podcast radio. It was June 2013,...

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Queen and Country

Saturday 25 a las 16:50 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 3

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In the must-see Hope and Glory, John Boorman used Bill Rohan’s character as an alter ego in order to tell of his own experiences during World War II, or how it is to grow up with a terrible backdrop. Queen and Country resume the life of a Bill with his feet firmly on the ground, ten years late...

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El paseo

Saturday 25 a las 17:00 h

Section: Panorama

Teatro San Martín - Av. Corrientes 1530
Room: L. Lugones

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There’s an essential difference between Fifteen Days at the Beach, Flavia de la Fuente’s previous film, and The Walk. While the first one’s matter is the natural beauty of the ocean, the second one seeks beauty where apparently there is none. And, even better, it finds it. In both...

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Tras la pantalla

Saturday 25 a las 17:00 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 5

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“I feel tired of all this daily battle that is bad for my health,” film distributor Pascual Condito wrote when, two years ago, he announced his retirement from the market. Marcos Martínez captures his reinvention and exposes him as a furious Quixote fighting against Hollywood and...

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National Gallery

Saturday 25 a las 17:10 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 2

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There are two constants in Wiseman’s films: the world is organized by institutions –public, private, exciting, repugnant– and, at the same time, said institutions organized by groups of people congregated periodically and interminably in order to keep them afloat (it’s hard t...

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