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

Vapor


Two lovers reunite one knight at the entrance of a wake and start walking together. The walk will oscillate through different spaces until night turns into day.


Sections:
Panorama / Passions

Premier mundial
Director: Mariano Goldgrob

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Verengo


In a 25 years-old home video, a kid insistently asks his dad if he can play with the camera. Once an adult, he returns to that place to reflect on how all those years that passed have affected a place where time seems to have come to a halt. The cycle of life as seen by its protagonist and spectator.


Sections:
Competition / International Official Competition

Premier americana
Director: Víctor Hugo Seoane

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Vida sexual de las plantas


An accident turns Guillermo, Bárbara’s partner, into a stranger due to some neurological consequences. While she struggles with her own pain, she gets involved with a man who offers her some stability, but the memory of lost love haunts her.


Sections:
Panorama / Passions


Director: Sebastián Brahm

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Vintage Print


An old photograph works as the starting point of this exploration. The image dates from the late-19th Century, and through it, the Austrian filmmaker transports as to the epicenter of cinematic nature.


Sections:
Competition / Avant-Garde & Genre Competition

Premier americana
Director: Siegfried A. Fruhauf

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Vision on Film

Sections:
Little Bafici / Little Bafici - Aardman


Director: Peter Lord

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Viviré con tu recuerdo


Almost fifteen years after I Don’t Know What Your Eyes Have Done to Me, one of its directors reunites with the lost footage of their first encounter with Ada Falcón. A “silent scenes” triggers his search in order to decipher the enigma of the absent voice, in an emotional journey where film becomes a path to retrace time.


Sections:
Competition / International Official Competition

Premier mundial
Director: Sergio Wolf

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Voyage autour de la lune


The city of Bordeaux represented through an urban journal. Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine tell us about the identity of a public space that has gone through great change in the collective mind of the city once known as the Port of Moon.


Sections:
Panorama / Architecture

Premier latinoamericana
Directors: Ila Bêka Louise Lemoine

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