Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Street address: Paraná esquina Sarmiento

Rooms: 1, 2

Buses: 5, 6, 7, 23, 24, 26, 29, 39, 50, 56, 60, 64, 86, 99, 102, 105, 109, 111, 115, 124, 140, 142, 146, 151, 180 (R155).

Subways: Línea B, Estación Uruguay; Línea D, Estación Tribunales; Línea A, Estación S. Peña.

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plus Tubular Bells

Wendsday 22 a las 20:30 h

Section: Music

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 1

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Come on, let’s fight the monster of History. Or if you prefer, some other one that’s even more terrible: prejudice. Because Tubular Bells is that annoying lesson we used to receive from our older brothers to the cry of “This is real music!” It’s the superb picture of yo...

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Metal y melancolía

Wendsday 22 a las 22:00 h

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

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 2

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Metal & Melancholy is a middle class portrait of the city of Lima and the situation society was living in the early Nineties: years of extreme crisis, hyperinflation, and political violence. In this context, Honigmann finds a way to depict the complexity of those days with great simplicity. The...

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Vergüenza y respeto

Thursday 23 a las 14:00 h

Section: Panorama

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 2

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It’s not easy being a gypsy. “It’s easier to say it than to be it,” says one of the main characters in Shame and Respect. It’s not easy being a gypsy and, for a payo (that is to say, for a non-gypsy), it’s also not easy to understand what that implies –preju...

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plus Tubular Bells

Thursday 23 a las 14:10 h

Section: Music

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 1

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Come on, let’s fight the monster of History. Or if you prefer, some other one that’s even more terrible: prejudice. Because Tubular Bells is that annoying lesson we used to receive from our older brothers to the cry of “This is real music!” It’s the superb picture of yo...

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Intemperie

Thursday 23 a las 17:00 h

Section: Panorama

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 2

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The day begins and the light shakes the shadows hanging from Eduardo Stupía’s studio. Miguel Baratta’s camera doesn’t show a creative genius, but a craftsman who patiently models his material. When observing the layout of a collage, Intemperie seems to adhere to the thesis t...

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El doctor Mabuse

Thursday 23 a las 19:25 h

Section: A Secret History of Weimar Cinema

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 1

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Mabuse is the dark hero of Weimar cinema. Full of charisma, sardonic charm and nasty ideas, he is the wicked genious of crime –a German Fantomas. Fritz Lang shot four Mabuse films, including his very last film in 1960. Other directors tried as well, but never reached Lang’s superb abilit...

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Cáncer de máquina

Thursday 23 a las 22:00 h

Section: Panorama

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 2

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Machine Cancer is a film as intriguing as its title leads us to assume. The directors are bold enough to go from a human-scale shaped and designed portrait –which stonily observes the people from Médanos, a town in the south of the Buenos Aires province– to the enigmatic detail sh...

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Tale of Chun Hyang

Friday 24 a las 13:00 h

Section: North Korean Cinema

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 1

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No different to most other societies, Korea was once governed by princes and kings, and its defined aristocratic class structures forms the basis for Tale of Chun Hyang. The film is an adaptation of a traditional Korean tale of the impossible love between a beautiful young woman born of a nobleman a...

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Cumbia la reina

Friday 24 a las 14:15 h

Section: Music

El Cultural San Martín - Paraná esquina Sarmiento
Room: 2

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Kneecaps are free. No one goes through life without experiencing dancing. If you want to know what it’s like you should go dancing. Cumbia is the princess of the streets, a hammock for kids, Latin America’s popular music. It’s fun and it takes away the sadness. So, in the year 1955...

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