Marisa en los bosques

Marisa feels that she is the supporting actress of her own life. She has no job, no projects, no prospects for the future. She looks away from her own life’s downfall to become the rescuer of her best friend Mina, who is immersed in a desperate crisis after the break-up of her relationship with Salvador. When she tries to get help from other friends, she only finds more lives adrift. Then, some unexpected news breaks the difficult balance of her life, and Marisa can only find comfort in the city nightlife. She is ready to disappear, silent and quietly, like fading into black.

Gengre: Comedy/drama
Origin: Spain
Runtime: 83′
Aspect Ratio:  2.35:1
Director: Antonio Morales
Cast: Patricia Jordá, Aida de la Cruz, Mauricio Bautista

Another forever

Alice’s life has been filled both with great joy and bitter disappointment. She has persevered because of love. The love she shares with one man, a man that has made it all worthwhile, until the unthinkable happens. Completely shattered, Alice embarks on a journey to find herself, taking us from the depths of despair to the wonders of the world, reclaiming her life and rediscovering her soul.

Genre: Drama
Origin: USA/Germany
Language: English
Runtime: 72′
Director: Juan Zapata
Cast: Daniela Escobar, Marlon Moreno, Peter Ketnath


Clara and Alejandro decide to move in together. In the middle of the moving process, he travels to a conference. Alejandro’s absence and the new house produce a state of boredom in Clara that drives her into accepting odd company, and even taking up tai chi sessions that drag her into participating in a spiritual retreat. She is thus immersed in a world that has little to do with her old life: the peculiar group that participates in the retreat, the incursions into nature, the arrival of Martín, a cetacean expert who will catch a special essence in Clara. In the meantime, Alejandro phones her constantly to tell her about his success at the conference, Clara pretends everything is the same. While she lies to Alejandro, all these events spark something in her: Clara will not be able to ignore that things are no longer where they used to be.
Origin: Argentina
Year: 2016
Runtime: 76′
Genre: Fiction
Director: Florencia Percia
Cast:Elisa Carricajo,Rafael Spregelburd, Susana Pampín, Esteban Bigliardi, Carla Crespo, Gabriela Ferrero, Claudia Cantero, Abian Vainstein, Andrea Strenitz, Horacio Marassi, Laura Paredes, Valeria Correa, Pablo Seijo, Pablo Dacal, Evan Leed

Moacir III

The third and last part of the trilogy where we see Moacir as a film director: the film and the scenes that Moacir conceives and shoots – scenes entertained, tragic, dramatic and romantic – with its particular cinematic and aesthetic style. On the other hand, we see the behind the scenes of the construction of this film: a documentary that shows Moacir conducting his fictions, in everyday familiar situations.
Country: Argentina, Brazil
Language: Spanish/Portuguese
Runtime: 87′
Release date: August 10th, 2017
Director: Tomás Lipgot

Media Article: LA NACION


Martin (Esteban Lamothe) is a lonely television director, who becomes obsessed with his neighbor, Isabel (Jazmin Stuart), when he finds an amateur porn video in which she participates. But Isabel is the wife of Battaglia (Alejandro Awada), the owner of the television station where Martin works. As a strange love encounter takes place between Martin and Isabel, he discovers a secret that puts them both in danger.
Country: Argentina
Language: Spanish
Runtime: 97′
Director: Sebastian Perillo
Release: November 24th 2016
Cast: Alejandro Awada, Esteban Lamothe, Jazmín Stuart, Haydeé Padilla, Alfredo Castellani.

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Juana (Cecilia Cartasegna) returns home after a savage attack from her husband Mateo (Emiliano Carrazzone) causes her to lose their baby. Although she covers for him, her husband has run off fearing indictment. Alone in the large apartment, every noise she hears leads her to suspect her husband has returned home. As the noises and disturbances worsen and Mateo is nowhere to be found, Juana is forced to consider the possibility that her home might be haunted. Jimena Monteoliva’s solo directorial debut expertly builds tension maintaining a sense of unease from the start that creeps higher until the frightening and suffocating shocker of a third act. Cecilia Cartasegna delivers with a classically terrifying portrait of a woman on the edge. —Joseph Hernandez
Director: Jimena Monteoliva
Jimena Monteoliva
Diego A. Fleischer & Jimena Moneteoliva 
89 Minutes
Spanish (with English subtitles)


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