The untold story of the Argentinian soccer team that won the World Cup in Mexico ‘86, in a documentary series featured here in two juicy –and free!– programs.
Jason Schwartzman and his dog star in the story of a slacker who gets fired from his job and spends most of his time drunk, looking for a purpose in life.
This documentary uses essays, photographic self-portraits, texts, and videos from the personal journal of Angélica Lidell, a free artistic universe, radical and poetic, and tormented by loneliness, sex, love, beauty, and death.
A tour through the history of porn –among prejudice, taboos and myths–, from the moment it constituted itself as a genre until it became an industry. And, while we’re at it, a look on the chances of progressing in Argentina.
The decisive years of the Swedish soccer star who plays forward for the Paris Saint-Germain, from his debut in Malmö to his conflicts in Ajax and his time in Juventus.
Avi Mograbi decides to start a theater workshop in a detention center located in the Israeli desert near the Egyptian border, which holds people from Eritrea and Sudan, immigrants who aren’t able to return to their countries and don’t have a future in Israel.
An old champion bull goes on to its last journey from the humid pampas to its last destination: the slaughterhouse. On its trip through the planes, its thoughts remind us of the strangest stories about Argentine beef and the influence it has on us.
While splitting from his wife, Tony must follow his heavy routine of loading trucks at the Ceagesp, the largest warehouse in Latin America. His exhausted body carries the memories and sorrow of a lost love.