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Review of El Ardor, Argentina’s Jungle Western

Review of El Ardor, Argentina’s Jungle Western

By Benjamín Harguindey The Ardor (El Ardor) spawns from Argentina’s National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts (INCAA) and Brazil’s National Cinema Agency (ANCINE) renewed Film/Audiovisual Co-production Agreement, which produces two movies a year since 2011. The director is Argentinian Pablo Fendrik, whose Blood Appears (La sangre brota) won at the 61° Cannes Film Festival … Continue reading

In Competition at Cannes from Argentina

The 2011 Cannes film festival will have the short film Soy tan feliz, byVladimir Durán, produced by Gale Cine and Servo Films from Argentina in competition for the Golden Palm award, after winning best short film in the 2011 BAFICI (Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival).

Ventana Sur Wrap Up

by Rob Sykes, contributing blogger What do you get if you let the organizers of Cannes and Argentina’s INCAA throw a few rough cuts, multiple international distributors, and other industry insiders into a room with a giant window? Well if that ‘window’ happens to be Ventana Sur, you set the wheels in motion on a … Continue reading

Ventana Sur: Window on South American Film

by Rob Sykes, contributing blogger The giant cinema shop window that is Ventana Sur is the most important film sales exposition in the entire Latin American region, runs from 3rd – 6th December. Now in its second year after a link-up between INCAA and Marché du Film (the organizers behind Cannes festival), Ventana Sur provides … Continue reading

Argentine Cinema in Cannes Film Festival

By Tracey Chandler, Contributing Blogger The two week Cannes Film Festival this year (12th – 23rd May 2010) promises to be a great fortnight for Argentine Cinema. Indeed, it is likely to be a great fortnight for South American Cinema in general, with unexpected strong entries from countries like Venezuela, Uruguay and Peru making appearances … Continue reading