Posts filed under ‘EXHIBITIONS’
A dangerous middle-aged loner hopes to dance his way to fame in Pinochet’s Chile.
25 Aug 20:45
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A solitary sailor takes shore leave for a journey across a bleak, frozen Argentine landscape.
24 Aug 20:40
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Two spoilt siblings are observed with horror by their future stepmother, in a biting satire on Peruvian society’s social extremes.
23 Aug 20:45
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The Headless Woman
Lucrecia Martel’s compelling psychological thriller follows a middle-class woman in the aftermath of a car accident.
21 Aug 20:40
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Hugely original, exquisitely shot fable by gifted Peruvian Claudia Llosa.
20 Aug 20:40
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Sexy love-triangle drama, set amongst the hustlers, criminals and prostitutes of Brazil’s colourful port city Salvador.
18 Aug 20:45
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An enigmatic private nurse finds a briefcase and starts to stalk its owner around Santiago.
15 Aug 16:00
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New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF) will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of Argentina showcasing five films by Argentine independent filmmakers.
Tuesday, August 17, at 10:00 am to 9:30 pm
About the Films:
Luna de Avellaneda, also known as Avellaneda’s Moon in English, is an Argentine feature film directed by Juan Jose Campanella, winner of 2009 Best Director Oscar Foreign Language Film award (more…)
Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures
Two intrepid travellers sell aspirin in rural Brazil in the 1940s.
12 Aug 18:30
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The Motorcycle Diaries
Walter Salles’s wonderful road movie follows Che Guevara’s consciousness-raising journey around 1950s South America.
10 Aug 20:20
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