Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

When we hear the voice of the farcical Miguel Paulino Tato unraveling his creed, or when many famous local distributors tell of the hilarious title changes of films for their local release, one understands that Calori’s film far surpasses its explicit purpose of being an oral and unlikely history of cinephilia, and that, while it’s at it, sketches some sort of archeology of what Bafici is today. If it’s true that Bafici marked a milestone regarding audience, filmmakers and specialists, and that it has decisively contributed to the gradual emergence of a new specialized audience, An Important Premiere could be seen as an inquiry on the cultural and political evolutions, crises and transformations that turned cinema of public exhibition into a phenomenon whose possible extinction, or occasional survival, the film also examines. ES

English title: An Important Premiere
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 72
Seconds: 0

D, G: Santiago Calori

F: Santiago Martí

E: Wenchi Bonelli, Laureano Rizzo
DA: Rafael Di Véroli

S: Santiago Fumagalli

M: Simón Fuga
P: Martín Feldman

PE: Martín Feldman, Santiago Calori
CP: Tiratruenos


I: Bernardo Zupnik, Fernando Martín Peña, Fabio Manes, Daniel Melero, Bobby Flores


Tiratruenos. Santiago Calori
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Monday 20 - 20:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 7
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Friday 24 - 20:15 h
ArteMultiplex Belgrano Room: 1
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Santiago Calori Argentina

Born in Buenos Aires in 1977, he’s one of the founders of the magazine La Cosa. He wrote some movies and too many TV comedies. He currently hosts Gente sexy at Rock & Pop FM, and he’s also a freelance TV formats’ advisor. He directed the short film Plan (1999), and the unconcluded feature Ceibo y Taba (2001).

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