Tagged with Daniel Burman

Argentinian INCAA and Brazilian ANCINE renew Film Co-Production Agreement

Argentinian INCAA and Brazilian ANCINE renew Film Co-Production Agreement

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey The National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts (INCAA) of Argentina and the National Cinema Agency (ANCINE) of Brazil renewed their Film/Audiovisual Co-production Agreement during a ceremony held on July 25 this month in Panama, where respective presidents Lucrecia Cardoso and Manoel Rangel signed the agreement for the third time … Continue reading

The Mystery of Happiness: Movie Review

The Mystery of Happiness: Movie Review

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey The Mystery of Happiness (El Misterio de la Felicidad) is Daniel Burman’s newest film, an Argentine-Brazilian dramatic comedy shot on location and starring Guillermo Francella and Inés Estévez. The movie opened January 16th to a decent reception of near 200,000 spectators and is currently going on its third week of … Continue reading

Director Daniel Burman co-produces film with Brazil, Argentina’s “natural ally”

Director Daniel Burman co-produces film with Brazil, Argentina’s “natural ally”

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey Variety published December 3rd an interview with Argentine producer/writer/director Daniel Burman regarding his new romantic comedy movie The Mystery of Happiness (El misterio de la felicidad), starring Guillermo Francella and Inés Estevez, and the international co-production team behind it. “It was a great experience,” said the filmmaker in the interview. … Continue reading

“My First Wedding” (Mi Primera Boda) Review

by Amy Ramirez, contributing blogger Unlike American romantic comedies, you’re not sure whether Ariel Winograd’s, Mi Primera Boda (My First Wedding) is a celebration of love or an unresolved display of the ugly reality when it breaks through romantic illusions. But that doesn’t really matter because, also unlike American Romantic comedies, “love” is on the … Continue reading

Burman’s Dos Hermanos Movie Fills Cinemas

by Tracey Chandler, contributing blogger Daniel Burman’s “Los Dos Hermanos” is the story of a brother and a sister, living in Buenos Aires in the later part of their lives and the difficulties which arise from dealing with family members whom you love unconditionally, but very rarely like. It is a beautiful tale told with … Continue reading