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Is ‘Wild Tales’ what Argentine cinema should aspire to?

This is a slightly edited version of the article published in Popoptiq in February 2015. 

Wild Tales fulfills an Argentine need for release and catharsis. It’s engineered to reflect the zeitgeist or, at least, its own interpretation of the national mood. 1,297 more words

Argentine Cinema

Fabián Bielinsky's THE AURA (2005): An Argentinian Thriller Noir into the woods

Originally titled “El Aura”, this Argentinian Thriller/Drama tells the story of an epylectic taxidermist that plans the perfect crime when found himself by strange circumstances in a very odd situation in the middle of the woods. 113 more words

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Desde un diseño sonoro escueto e impactante hasta una puesta de cámara que denota un oficio fotográfico impecable danzando con movimientos de cámara llenos de “trucos” que evitan la elipsis por corte y las transiciones entre pasado y presente con sutiles pero a la vez complejos recorridos visuales, … 587 more words

Bodega Films Acquires Thriller 'CAPTAIN KOBLIC' Starring Ricardo Darín

Paris based Bodega Films has acquired the French rights to 70s thriller CAPTAIN KOBLIC, which re-teams director Sebastian Borensztein with Argentina’s star Ricardo Darín ( 242 more words


France’s Bodega Films Acquires Ricardo Darin-Starrer ‘Captain Koblic’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MADRID — Paris-based Bodega Films has acquired French rights to ‘70s thriller “Captain Koblic,” which re-teams “Chinese Take-Out” director Sebastian Borensztein with Argentina’s Ricardo Darin (“The Secret in Their Eyes,” “ 407 more words


AFM: Christian Slater Joins Cast of Santiago Mitre’s ‘The Summit’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Christian Slater, a Golden Globe best actor winner this year for “Mr. Robot,” joined the cast last week of Santiago Mitre’s Ricardo Darin-starrer “The Summit,” a title which is shaping up as one of the biggest and most-anticipated Latin American productions of the year. 470 more words