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New Argentine Cinema

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We’re thrilled to unveil one of our summer surprises, a wonderfully unruly season dedicated to the B-side of the so-called New Argentine Cinema. In the context of an unprecedented cinematic renovation lead by the groundbreaking work of now internationally revered auteurs such as Lisandro Alonso, Lucrecia Martel or Martin Rejtman, a group of young, extremely talented and fiercely independent filmmakers joined the revolution and took things even further by setting up their own new rules. Mostly part of El Pampero Cine, what has been described as Argentina’s most rebellious production company, these combatants reject the industrial infrastructure and embrace experimentation by pushing boundaries almost in every aspect of the moviemaking process, from funding to production to exhibition. Here’s a collection of fascinating, uncompromising, and utterly original films that defy all expectations, redefine “low-budget cinema”, and are certainly “100% Made in Argentina”.


Mariano Llinás Argentyna, 2002

Ratownicy, luksusowe hotele z początku XX-wieku, syreny, morskie stworzenia i zamki z piasku, wszystkie elementy łączą się w tym labiryntowym eseju. ,,Dokument" o balnearios, argentyńskich kurortach i idei miast przeznaczonych do bezczynności, które w lato tętnią życiem, a w zimę pustoszeją.

About Twelve

Martín Shanly Argentyna, 2014

12-year-old Juana goes to a British school in Buenos Aires, where she fails both socially and academically. Surrounded by the same routine, going to class and trying to pull her social life back together, Juana goes through the strange days one week before the exams that will determine her future.