Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Street address: Av. Corrientes 1530

Rooms: L. Lugones

Buses: 5, 6, 7, 12, 23, 24, 26, 29, 37, 39, 50, 60, 75, 98, 99, 102, 105, 109, 111, 115, 124, 140, 146, 150.

Subways: Línea B, Estación Callao / Línea D, Estación Tribunales.

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Loulou

Wendsday 22 a las 15:30 h

Section: Isabelle Huppert

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

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Born of a time when its dual leads were on their way to becoming two major stars, and to a film industry on the verge of significant transition, Loulou in many ways defines French cinema of the period. There’s a reason Pialat was called the Cassavetes of France. Here, faded neons are partially...

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Lady Chatterley

Wendsday 22 a las 18:00 h

Section: Pascale Ferran

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

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D. H. Lawrence had quite a curious method. Whenever he completed a manuscript, he would devote himself to other things for a few months and then write the complete text again, but without using the original as its basis. The novel (very well-) known as Lady Chatterley’s Lover, whose publishing...

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Juliana

Thursday 23 a las 14:30 h

Section: Peru: A Country’s Filmic X-ray

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

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In one scene in Juliana, the young title character watches a soap opera and sees some absurd images that are far from the reality she knows. This moment reminds of scenes from Miss Universo en el Perú (also included in this section) where a contradiction is revealed and the audience is questi...

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Días de Santiago

Thursday 23 a las 17:00 h

Section: Peru: A Country’s Filmic X-ray

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

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Josué Méndez’ film debut is to Peruvian cinema what Pizza, birra, faso was to Argentine cinema: the turning point between the past and the future, between an anchylosed rhetoric and a new realism attentive to the folklore, to the corporality of the urban landscape, to the sensibi...

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Gabrielle

Thursday 23 a las 19:30 h

Section: Isabelle Huppert

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

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In this film of eccentric beauty and wild feeling, printed words sometimes fill the screen, almost obliterating the puny creatures struggling beneath the type. Based on Joseph Conrad’s very dry, very vicious long short story, ‘The Return,’ the film concerns a man who, having marrie...

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A Grammar for Listening (Parts 1-3)

Friday 24 a las 14:30 h

Section: Britannia B-side: Luke Fowler

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

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“Over the centuries, Western culture has relentlessly attempted to classify noise, music and everyday sounds... Ordinary noises and the mundane sounds that are not perceived as either annoying or musical are of no interest.” How to create a meaningful dialogue between looking and listeni...

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Miss Else

Friday 24 a las 19:30 h

Section: A Secret History of Weimar Cinema

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

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Just four years after Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler wrote this first real stream-of-consciousness novel in literature, the film version was done. It’s a story combining stock-market hysteria with melodrama, where a girl is forced to sell herself for the sake of her father’s fortune....

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Steak (r)évolution

Friday 24 a las 21:30 h

Section: Panorama

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

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To eat red meat. From breeders to butchers and chefs, the process a crucial kind of food –one that stirs passions and is not the same that was eaten a century ago– is put through is now on debate. And for many reasons. Is fine meat becoming more and more a luxury product? Is it time to g...

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