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57 articles available in total starting from 18/05/2010. Last article published on 24/07/2020.

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

The Argentinian filmmaker’s new drama revolves around two bank clerks who break free from the obligations of society  

17/02 | Production | Funding | Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Luxembourg

Review: Lonely Rock

Review: Lonely Rock

The feature debut by Argentina’s Alejandro Telémaco Tarraf is an ethnographic fiction about the physical and supernatural odyssey of an Andean shepherd devoted to Mother Earth  

31/01 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Review: Desterro

Review: Desterro

Maria Clara Escobar creates a misleadingly composed visual essay about the urgent need to burn down the walls that confine us  

27/01 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Santiago Mitre has kick-started filming on Petite Fleur in France

Santiago Mitre has kick-started filming on Petite Fleur in France

Daniel Hendler, Vimala Pons, Melvil Poupaud, Sergi López, Françoise Lebrun and Eric Caravaca star in the cast of this Maneki Films production sold by Playtime  

07/01 | Production | Funding | France/Argentina/Belgium/Spain

Review: The Two Popes

Review: The Two Popes

The dramatic resignation of Pope Benedict XVI is told as an unlikely buddy-buddy comedy in this film helmed by Fernando Meirelles  

12/12/2019 | Films | Reviews | USA/Italy/Argentina/Uruguay/UK

Review: A Dog's Death

Review: A Dog's Death

A professional mistake sparks a string of events in the lives of a vet and his petit-bourgeois wife in Matías Ganz's sure-handed debut feature  

25/11/2019 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: 4x4

Review: 4x4

The opening film of Sitges’ Orbita section, directed by Argentinian helmer Mariano Cohn, proves that cars are indeed killing us  

15/10/2019 | Sitges 2019

Review: The Sharks

Review: The Sharks

Uruguay's Lucía Garibaldi presents a simple, atmospheric and pop-hued story about a teenage girl and her struggle to navigate the masculine and feminine worlds that surround her  

02/10/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Horizontes Latinos

Review: Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes

Review: Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes

Chilean director José Luis Torres Leiva unveils his latest work: a contemplative cinematic poem about our fear of death  

28/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Juan Sebastián Torales  • Director of Almamula

Interview: Juan Sebastián Torales • Director of Almamula

“Everybody has felt misunderstood at some point in their lives”

Cineuropa caught up with Argentinian filmmaker Juan Sebastián Torales, now settled in France, whose first full-length feature, Almamula, has just earned him a gong from Eurimages at San Sebastián  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | San Sebastián Industry

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