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“IncaaTV”, channel dedicated to Argentine cinema


Digital television arrived to the Argentine cinema, with the new channel IncaaTV, which will be devoted exclusively to national and Latin American cinema.

The Government seeks to give a place to culture on television. The presentation will be made by Cristina Kirchner at the Olivos residence, where she will announce the channel. It will be presented at 12 pm, in the convention hall of the residence of Olivos.

The new channel devoted to national and Latin American films, will broadcast through a digital signal a little of everything. The proposal adds to the already created for example for the younger children like Paka – Paka or to give a place to the music of Argentina like Sonar TV.

Courtesy of  momento24.com/

 

28/12/2010 at 8:59 am Leave a comment

Today at BFI “South American Renaissance”: The Blonders (Trailer)


The Blondes

This compelling documentary follows the director’s investigation into her own parents’ disappearance during the Argentine dictatorship.
7 Aug 18:20

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07/08/2010 at 9:30 am Leave a comment

“Te extraño” Fabián Hofman in cinemas from 9 August – Trailer


In the 1970s, under a brutal military dictatorship, thousands of Argentineans were “disappeared” by the violent hand of the political regime. A disproportionate number of Jews were among the victims, (more…)

27/07/2010 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Argentina Football Documentary to Show at the NWFF


The documentary Argentina Futbol Club, directed by Juan Pablo Roubio & Gavin P. Sullivan, will be shown at the Northwest Film Forum on Capitol Hill on June 15 and 16.

Their press release describes the film in this way:

Singing. Shouting. Hysteria. Argentina lives for futbol. The battle between Boca Juniors and River Plate is not just about sports; it is an ever-enduring struggle for identity. In Buenos Aires, historic tensions swell not only between legendary clubs Boca and River but among their intense followers. For these futbol fanatics, the game symbolizes strength, unity, and power in a society beset by stark social and economic divisions. Through a journalistic lens, this film provides an intimate look into Argentina and its beloved sport to reveal an unparalleled passion that reverberates far beyond the pitch. (more…)

11/06/2010 at 9:27 am Leave a comment

Secuestro y muerte abre festival porteño de cine independiente


Con la proyección del filme Secuestro y muerte, del director argentino Rafael Filippelli, comenzará hoy la duodécima edición del Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Buenos Aires (BAFICI 2010).

Con guión de Beatriz Sarlo, David Oubiña y Mariano Llinás, la cinta relata el secuestro, enjuiciamiento y ajusticiamiento del general y gobernante de facto Pedro Eugenio Aramburu, y es una entre las más de 400 que se exhibirán hasta el próximo día 18.

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08/04/2010 at 6:09 am Leave a comment

8 Festival de Cine y Video Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires


El Festival de Cine y Video Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires anuncia la preconvocatoria para su 8va edición del 17 al 26 de Septiembre de 2010.

Pais invitado “Colombia”.

Apertura recepción inscripciones 09 Enero de 2010.

Recepción de fichas de inscripción electrónica en la web hasta 16 de julio de 2010.

Recepción de materiales y/o ponencias hasta el 30 de Julio de 2010.

La selección final estará resuelta el 10 de Agosto del 2010.

Debido a la gran actividad por el Bicentenario, las fechas serán respetadas a rajatabla.

Informes y consultas a info@festlatinoba.com.ar

Se recuerda leer con detenemiento bases y condiciones del reglamento.

Gracias por su participación y difusión.

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08/04/2010 at 3:37 am Leave a comment

Guilllermo Francella comenta sobre el Oscar argentino


“No sabia cuál era el criterio de la Academia, pero si votaba el mundo entero, el triunfo era el de ‘El Secreto de sus Ojos'”, dijo Francella a la prensa al llegar a Buenos Aires procedente de Los Angeles, donde asistió a la ceremonia de premiación.

Guillermo Francella, uno de protagonistas de la película argentina ganadora del Oscar “El secreto de sus ojos”, dijo el miércoles que el premio es “la mejor caricia” que haya podido recibir el cine de su país. (more…)

11/03/2010 at 7:50 am Leave a comment

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