Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
Festivales de Buenos Aires

Galíndez


Galindez is based on the theater play El Señor Galíndez, written by Argentine psychoanalyst, playwright and actor Eduardo Pavlovsky in 1972. The film takes as its setting the Payró Theater in Buenos Aires, in which the play was first released in January 1973.

Sections:
Argentine Short Films Exhibition


Director: Diego Bruno

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Garden Pieces

Sections:
Focus & Homages / Britannia B-side: Margaret Tait


Director: Margaret Tait

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Garoto


The Brazilian filmmaker tells the love story of two youngsters who meet and have a love affair in an enchanted place. But everything will change when one of them commits a felony.


Sections:
Panorama / Careers


Director: Júlio Bressane

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Girl Asleep


Greta is about to turn 15 and can’t bear to leave her childhood behind. But after her party, she will have to find herself in an incomprehensible, erotic, somewhat violent world.


Sections:
Competition / International Official Competition

Premier americana
Director: Rosemary Myers

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God Bless the Child


A look into the life of five children in the afternoom their mother 
leaves home. This absence works as a vehicle to create a seemingly unconscious universe of fantasy and adventure, with the humor, tenderness, and joy of childhood. 


Sections:
Panorama / Coming of Age

Premier latinoamericana
Directors: Robert Machoian Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck

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Grandma


Elle breaks up with her girlfriend Olivia when her granddaughter Sage appears unexpectedly and asks her for money. They end up spending the day visiting old friends, which will make some secrets from the past come to light.


Sections:
Panorama / Careers


Director: Paul Weitz

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Green Fuse

Sections:
Focus & Homages / Daïchi SaÏto

Premier latinoamericana
Director: Daïchi Saïto

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Green Room


After getting lost in the woods in Oregon, the members of a punk band will become the only witnesses to a murder perpetrated by a scary band of skinheads. 


Sections:
Panorama / Late Night


Director: Jeremy Saulnier

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