Fin De Semana (Weekend)

It tells the story of two women who meet again after a long time in a house on San Roque lake and near the mountains , where they’ll have to live together for the weekend.

Carla arribes to accompany Martina after years of absence. The relationship between them is distant, there’s something they don’t talk about. Martina has furtive encounters with Diego, a man twice her age. Both of them submit to a strong, out-of-control sexual game. Once Carla Discovered this liaison she confronts Diego. When Martina finds out, the already electrified atmosphere between them escalates.

Cast: Maria Ucedo, Sofia Lanaro, Lisandro Rodriguez, Eva Bianco, Jean Pierre Noher, Roberto Videla, Jessica Kloner, Magdalena Combes Tilldra.

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Genre: Fiction, Drama, Erotic
Produced by: Masalla Productora
Directed by: Morocco Colman
Availability: Latin America

Details &  Tech Specs.

Argentina 2016
Shooting Format: 4k
Screen Format: DCP
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 2:35.1 and 1:85.1
Duration: 74 min


Kryptonita – kryptonite

What would have happened if Superman’s ship hadn’t landed in Smallville, but in a poor city next to Buenos Aires? Based on the superb comic book by Leo Oyola, Kryptonita tells the story of an unconventional roguish Justice League (a classic Robin Hood metaphor), trying to save Kal-El’s life from the police and no other than Doomsday himself. While kept hostage by Juan Raro (J’onn J’onzz), Cuñataí Güirá (Hawkgirl), El Faisán (Green Lantern), El Ráfaga (The Flash), a transvestite named Lady Di (Wonder Woman) and El Federico (Batman), a night shift doctor fights to keep Nafta Súper alive after removing a chunk of kryptonite from his side. Enjoy this fantastic reinterpretation of the Justice League, and keep an eye out for the Joker.
This film is a hilarious argentine adaptation of the Justice League series.

Genre: Fiction
Produced by: Boikot films
Directed by: Nicanor Loreti
Availability: North America and Europe

Details & Tech Specs.
Argentina 2015
Shooting Format: 4k
Screen Format: DCP
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 2:35.1 and 1:85.1
Duration: 80 min

Las Aventuras de Claudia – Claudia’s Adventures (Pre-Sale)

A wedding is about to take place with guests arriving for the church ceremony. Claudia, a thirty-five year old will get involved with her best friend (The wedding planer) to solve the mystery as to why the bride wants to call of the wedding last minute.


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Genre: Comedy – Pre-Sale                                                                                   
Produced by: Rispo Films & Tecno films
Directed by: Sebastian de Caro
Estimate Release Date: (December 2017)
Availability: Worldwide

Perro Demonio – Demon Dog (Pre-Sale)

A young girl moves with her mother to start a new life with her new lover. A new neighborhood, an unfriendly new private school, and a mysterious tale of a demon creature wondering around killing in the night.
Genre: Fiction  (Pre-Sale)
Produced by: Rispo Films
Directed by: Gabriel Medina
Estimate Release: (2018)
Availability: Worldwide

Por qué brillan las estrellas – Why do Stars Shine (Pre-Sale)

Lucas loves Ana. Ana loves Gerardo. Gerardo does not love Ana but needs her. Ana needs Lucas with knowing. Veronica loves Franklin but needs Santiago. Santiago needs Veronica but does not like her. Mariano and Diana need anything other than themselves.  A group of friends in their thirties search the best version of love possible.

Genre: Romantic Comedy (Pre-Sale)
Produced by: Rispo Films & Amada Films.
Directed by: Natalia Hernandez
Estimate Release Date: (April 2018)   –    
Availability: Worldwide

Mario on Tour

Mario had everything to succeed in music but failed. Today he makes his living singing Sandro’s (Argentine Music legend-Elvis style) songs in bridal showers, weddings and birthdays. On his last tour he will find the success he always hoped to see again which his son.

Cast: Mike Amigorena, Hair Said, Roman Almaraz, Leonora Balcarce, Fafael Spregelburd, Ale Sergi.

Genre: Fiction, Drama
Produced by: Stigliani Mouriño Cine
Directed by: Pablo Stigliani
Availability: Worldwide

 Details & Tech Specs.

Argentina 2016
Shooting Format: 4k
Screen Format: DCP
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 2:35.1 and 1:85.1
Duration: 90 min

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20,000 Kisses

Juan is a thirty who is bored with her current life. Time ago that you don’t see your friends and only is dedicated to work – in a boring place – and to groom. Overwhelmed a day routine, separates “aimlessly”. After spending a few nights in the House of his friend Goldstein, he is beginning to regain all that was forgotten. Rent an apartment, is reunited with his friends and when it begins to enjoy his life of newly separated, her boss assigns work next to Luciana, a friend from the office. What at first seems silly becomes a tedium. Juan does not tolerate anything to Luciana. But for those rare things that sometimes happen, Juan begins to fall for her. Will be Juan recovering its charms of Bachelor? Is o for the biggest mistake of her love life?

The Great Pretender

René Lavand is a world-famous Argentinean illusionist specializing in card tricks. He creates his illusions with his left hand only, having lost his right hand in an accident when he was only a child. Far from letting himself be overcome by this incident, he devoted himself to master the sleight of hand and would turn into one of the greatest illusionists of all times. However, the power of his shows does not lie in his physical peculiarities but in the astonishing stories that frame his illusions and his masterful use of pause and silence as a dramatic element.
The Great Pretender is the warm, laid-back and intimate portrait of a unique artist who, at times, seems to lay his masks down and reveal his true self.
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Origin: Argentina
Type: Documentary
Year: 2013
Director: Néstor Frenkel
Script: Néstor Frenkel
Production assistant: Sofía Mora
Music: Gonzalo Córdoba
Art Director: Román Marotta
Cámara & Photography: Guillermo Nieto – María Laura Collasso – Diego Poleri
Sound: Fernando Vega – Hernán Gerard
Video FX Mario Pavez
Co Producers: Carla Martínez y Daniel Werner


A depressed former champion awakes. He´s tired, a bit out of shape, and his conscience is drilling him. His career on the ghting ring ended abruptly when he killed his rival with one single punch. That´s why Marcos Wainsberg, the Inca of the Sinai, wants to quit fighting. But today is not the day to be thinking about that. Today his ex girlfriend will come, in peace. Today is a good day. But the doorbell rings and the person at the other side is his cousin, Huguito, the black sheep of the family. And Huguito always brings trouble. Family-sized trouble, of course. Today can be one of those days when everything changes. The only thing that is left to know is whether it will be for good or not… Diablo is an atypical film, to say the least. Regurgitated from the very insides of genre cinema, its furious and corrosive progression leaves you breathless, but also provokes a remarkable morbid pleasure with its accumulation of scenes featuring violence, black humor, and a pure, hardcore swagger. We should point out that its visual rawness may seem excessive for sensitive viewers.
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Argentina, 2011
85´ / HD / Color – B&W
Directed by: Nicanor Loreti
Screenplay: Nicanor Loreti, Nico Galvagno with the collaboration of Martin Blousson and Javier Diment
Cinematography by: Claudio Sabino Beiza
Edited by: Martín Blousson, Nicanor Loreti
Art director: Sandra Iurcovich
Sound director: Seba González
Music by: Mauro García Barbe
Produced by: Hernán Findling, Nicanor Loreti, Nico Galvagno
Production company: Boikot Films
Starring: Juan Palomino, Sergio Boris, Luis Aranosky, Vic Cicuta, Leandro de la Torre, Kato, Lorena Vega, Jorge D’Elia y Luis Ziembrowski

April in New York

A young Argentinean couple struggling to make a living in NYC, while trying to work out their relationship.
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Year: 2012
Origin: Argentina
Written and directed: Martín Piroyansky
Director of Photography: Picky Talarico
Production: Martín Piroyansky y Ricardo Talarico
Cast: Carla Quevedo y Abril Sosa.
Director Assistant: Silvana D’Abriola
Sound: Harrison Webster
Camera: Steeve Cazaux y Mattia Mollini