Argentina

  • Cien Anos De Perdon
    Features

    Argentina: Talking points

    2016-02-10T10:22:00Z

    SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Two leading Argentinian producers and a top distributor discuss the state of the local industry and reveal their international ambitions. Interviews by Jeremy Kay.

  • Damian Szifron
    Features

    Argentina: Damian Szifron interview

    2016-02-10T10:20:00Z

    SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: After the global success of Wild Tales, Argentinian writer-director Damian Szifron is taking advantage of the kudos. He tells Jeremy Kay about signing up for The Six Million Dollar Man remake.

  • Alejandro Cacetta
    Features

    Argentina: INCAA's new boss

    2016-02-10T10:18:00Z

    SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: In an exclusive interview only weeks into his four-year term as the head of Argentina’s national film body, Alejandro Cacetta speaks to Jeremy Kay about partnering with private investors, embracing a multi-platform future and working with the new government.

  • The Black Frost
    Features

    Argentina: Overview - a breath of fresh air

    2016-02-09T22:50:00Z

    SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: Argentina is booming, with record admissions, dynamic directors making films local audiences are flocking to see, and widening global ambitions.

  • The Clan
    News

    Argentinian admissions hit record 51.4m in 2015

    2016-01-31T21:46:00Z

    Viewer levels reached an all-time high of 51.36m last year and gained 12.4% on 2014, although admissions for local-language fare dropped 8.4% to 7.48m.

  • My Friend In The Park
    Reviews

    'My Friend In The Park': Sundance Review

    2016-01-23T19:30:00Z

    Dir. Ana Katz. Argentina/Uruguay, 2015. 85 mins

  • Alejandro Cacetta
    News

    INCAA leadership switch in wake of Macri election

    2015-12-17T16:58:00Z

    Former Patagonik TV producer Alejandro Cacetta has been appointed head of Argentina’s national film body after the resignation of Lucrecia Cardoso.

  • Buenos Aires
    News

    INCAA executive allays funding cut fears

    2015-12-09T22:55:00Z

    A senior figure at Argentina’s film body has told Screendaily he does not believe the incoming centre-right government will slash arts funding.

  • News

    'Terror 5', 'Downhill' triumph at Blood Window

    2015-12-08T23:51:00Z

    The Roma Lazio Film Commission colour correction and sound mixing 5.1 award has gone to Veronica (Mexico) by Carlos Algara and Alejandro Martinez Beltrán under the auspices of Ventana Sur’s genre sidebar.

  • Miami International Film Festival
    News

    Miami Film 2016 Argentine winners announced

    2015-12-08T19:34:00Z

    A partnership between Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) and The Related Group to develop projects from Argentine filmmakers has announced the three recipients of $32,500 in cash prizes.