Salgado follows Camila Toker during the Mar del Plata Film Festival. While she talks on the phone, the camera captures the boardwalk and collects Mar del Plata scenes that culminate in a slow motion piece, while we hear an Italian romantic song.
This is the story of the unlikely rehabilitation of a sex offender who is released on parole and tries to reinsert himself into society.
Four months a year, the Basque cider bars attract thousands of people, both local and foreign. Everyone waits to fulfill the tradition: enjoying a menu of Spanish omelette, cod, chop and cheese, and drinking cider to the cry of “¡txotx!”.
A portrait of Jorge Sarudiansky (his friends call him Saru), one of the greatest Argentine set designers, who has made around a hundred innovative theater sets in the last forty years.
Together with his faithful squire, a contemporary Quixote desperately seeks his vanished Dulcinea, in a crazy and hilarious debut film that mixtures cannibalism, sex, and the internet.
Sofía, a young Argentine photographer, is invited to spend ten days in Israel with a group of thirty young people during the Gaza conflict. She returns with a travel log that’s part light portrait of a vacation, part an attempt to understand a 60-year-old conflict.
Kartaszewicz’s first film depicts the life and work of filmmaker Quirino Cristiani (1896-1984), an Italian-Argentine animator, drawing artist, and comic book writer who created the world’s first animated film El apóstol (1917), and whose work is now almost entirely lost.
A briefcase with a mysterious content provides Max with eternal youth, while the old characters around him stumble with perfectly combined coincidences out of animated vignettes created by Bob Sabiston.
A documentary that enters into the mind of unclassifiable Canadian filmmaker guy Maddin, who is a fan of silent cinema, melodrama, and séance. Montmayeur’s camera goes behind the scenes during the making of his latest film The Forbidden Room.
Jack White gathers a team of music heavyweights in a Los Angeles studio to replicate the atmosphere of the recordings of the ‘20s, using equipment from that era. A chance to remake the music that changed the world.
A carpenter of Irish descent finds himself overcome by inexplicable fatigue and tries to regain the spirit of the first US settlers in order to save himself.
Chinese mayor Geng Yanbo is making a radical reform in the city of Datong. His plan is to demolish thousands of homes and relocate half a million people in order to give way to the restoration of antique relics, with the goal of promoting economic growth through tourism and culture.
Swanson is about to inherit the estate of his dying father. Meanwhile, he spends his days wandering around with his friends. The Comedy taps into a dark fiber of comedy, which still echoes long after the end.