Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Dexys: Nowhere Is Home

Saturday 25 a las 22:10 h

Section: Britannia B-side: Heavenly Films

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 3

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Kevin Rowland is being chased by myth, but he is still able to outrun it. Unfriendly, slippery, and ugly, he resists idealizing his past, tries to not get bitter remembering his big failures or his big hits (he doesn’t even consider playing back his chart-toppers “Geno” or “C...

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Casa Vampiro

Saturday 25 a las 22:15 h

Section: Late Night

ArteMultiplex Belgrano - Av. Cabildo 2829
Room: 1

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This sublime documentary couldn’t have a better theme song than the resounding “You’re Dead,” by Norma Tanega, which points out with preciseness the main qualities of its protagonists. With quite a steady hand, given the circumstances, Waikiki and Clement (who were also accom...

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In the Basement

Saturday 25 a las 22:15 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 6

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What is happening in the basements of Austria? In the wake of 2009’s infamous Fritzl case, even international media have been asking the question, but Ulrich Seidl tackled it way before –then had to put In the Basement on hold for several years to finish his epic Paradise trilogy (shown...

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Prometo um dia deixar essa cidade

Saturday 25 a las 22:15 h

Section: International Official Competition

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

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One would wish today’s festival cinema was more like this, limitless and outrageous. One that would test our notions on good taste and correction. A color-filled, vane, and definitely sexy cinema. I Swear I’ll Leave This Town fits those adjectives, which are also good to describe the fil...

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Canción perdida en la nieve

Saturday 25 a las 22:30 h

Section: Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 4

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Originally German and made during the First and Second World Wars, Bergfilms –or mountain films– have an Argentine exponent: Gustav Lantschner’s Canción de la nieve (1954). As a consequence of the war, the German community in Bariloche welcomed their fellow countrymen in the...

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