After the death of his father, Eduardo Crespo decides to travel in order to make the film he had planned to do with him about the city of Crespo, poultry farming, and the relationship between them. The camera goes through the same places, through collective and personal memory.
A 77-year-old man marries a 33-year-old woman. Three years later, she murders him with the help of her brother. Five years later, Córdoba’s Court of Law sentences them to a life in prison. The film builds up many points of view in order to achieve an new look on the case that upset a to...
Pablo spends autumn among second-hand books, illegal cell phones, parties, cocaine, and wrong calls. His ex-girlfriend, Mariana, enjoys the winter while splitting her days between college exams, dealers of hard drugs, random meetings with couples she is friend’s with, and a new boyfriend.
In 1969 Argentine filmmaker Hugo Santiago directed Invasión, his opera prima, written by Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Casares, and later settled in France. This film documents his return to Buenos Aires in 2013 to shoot his latest film, Le ciel du centaure.
Alex is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn. One of his animated shorts went viral and now he’s trying to prove that he can do more than funny videos. While doing so, he travels to Argentina to meet Sofia, with whom he started a virtual relationship.
Four characters lying in the grass evoke Manet’s famous painting. In this homage to silent film, Raúl Perrone inquires into the possibilities of desire.
The disappearance of Juan is an excuse to tell the story of each member of a group of friends. With a slight, everyday comedic tone, this drama tries to reflect the collective unconscious of a generation youngsters from the city of Puerto Madryn.
Melisa and her friends debate on what means to be a woman. But these stories contrast to the director and protagonist’s, reconstructed from the personal archive footage that distort the genre’s mandates and prohibitions with humor.
Cecilia, a young Korean-Argentinian woman, is making a documentary. Through her relationship with her Korean friends, she will discover how the different cultural identities determine the lives of people in their most intimate aspect: their love relationships.
Leopoldo is an 11-year-old boy who grew up surrounded by artists. During the three months of spring (the film begins on September 21st and ends on Christmas Day) the boy founds love with a young poetry classmate and experiences his first heartbreak.
Recently divorced, Jorge prepares his last visit to his house in the mountains before putting it on sale. While there, he tries to share a family tradition with his son Valentino. But the differences between father and son will threaten their stay.
Miguel, a thirty-something who works at a law firm, suffers each and every one of his activities, until one day, when he wakes up in order to go on with his daily routine, he sees the chance of changing his life and his job and meeting the woman of his dreams.
The neighborhoods that surround the city of Montecarlo, in the province of Misiones, are populated almost entirely by families that harvest yerba mate, known as tareferos. The young have no other choice but to subsist day after day at the plantations.
In 1991, when he was only ten, Flavio Cabobianco published his book Vengo del sol, which was a best seller in Argentina. Twenty years later, he decides to republish it and accepts the proposal of making a documentary on the history of his family.