The event will include 14 films in an Argentinian sidebar and a three-film tribute to Burman is planned for his feat of having the most films from Argentina play on US screens. The Colorado event is set to run from Nov 1-11.
Films set to screen at the festival including All In, Family Law and Lost Embrace.
“Argentina is not only one of the most prolific film industries in South America, but perhaps the most diverse,” artistic director Brit Withey said. “We are extremely pleased to be screening a robust sidebar of films from Argentina, including a three-film tribute to Daniel Burman, one of the country’s most successful cinematic exports.”
Another highlight includes Mark Cousin’s 15-hour The Story Of Film. The screening will be presented in two-hour block sections throughout the festival and charts the history of cinema from the late 1800s to present day.
More than 225 features, shorts and student films from more than 40 countries will screen at the festival.