During the Eighties, Lucile Chaufour shot in Super 8 a group of Hungarian punks who rebelled against the Communist regime. Twenty years later, she returns and asks those same musicians about their views on life and music in their country before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A documentary about emblematic independent filmmaker Raúl Perrone, who lives in the area of greater Buenos Aires mentioned in the title.
This documentary goes through the story of several women who come across each other in a funny meeting point: the roller derby track, a sport they’re passionate about and invites them to put all their strength on the skates.
The protagonists of this documentary are Latin American women living in Madrid and working as maids, what allows them to send money to their families, with which they communicate via Skype. Meanwhile, they dream about returning to their native lands.
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.
Two young men compete for the love of Ginger, a lonely and emotionally fragile activist who earns a living advocating for animal rights. A quasi-love triangle in which the characters desperately try to connect with each other.
One of the first stories from the mumblecore trend. It’s the story of Harmony, a thirty year-old musician trying to overcome a breakup.
In 1993, four young people from Adrogué and Temperley, in the Buenos Aires province, formed the band Perdedores Pop. Half rockers and half journalists, two brothers and leaders weave an incendiary story acknowledging the failure since the beggining. They go through different times, and their...
Abbas Fahdel addresses life in Iraq before and after the post 9-11 occupation, through records of people (most of them are members of his family) in a country that suffers the consequences of war.
What remains of our lives after we’re gone? That’s the question posed by this film, which explores the finiteness and frailty of human existence from a possible apocalyptic future.
Inaugurated by Lanusse’s military government and built under the motto “The neighborhood of the future”, Lugano I and II is today a place filled with signs and paths their promoters left for good. The film moves among the ghosts of the past and life in the present.
Based on the bestseller of the same title by journalist Michael Pollan, this documentary explores how modern diet can be damaging, and how there is a confusion between what is healthy and what’s not.
The latest film by Pere Portabella deals with the political, financial, social, and cultural dimensions of the current crisis in the country’s parliamentary democracy and social movements emerged after 15-M.
Jess y James are two young men who share a brief sexual encounter and go out on a trip through the Argentine pampas to meet Jess’ brother. On the way, they will face unexpected events and join a three-way with another man.