Tagged with Documentary

“GOALS FOR GIRLS”, DOCUMENTARY ABOUT WOMAN`S FOOTBALL (SOCCER) IN ARGENTINA NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE BY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

“GOALS FOR GIRLS”, DOCUMENTARY ABOUT WOMAN`S FOOTBALL (SOCCER) IN ARGENTINA NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE BY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

“GOALS FOR GIRLS: A STORY OF WOMEN WITH BALLS”, DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE STRUGGLE FOR WOMEN TO PLAY FOOTBALL (SOCCER) IN ARGENTINA NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE BY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS “Goals for Girls shows how powerful ideas about gender and biology, perpetuated by the media, sports industry, and families, can limit women´s lives – but female soccer players … Continue reading

Documentary “Erasing Dad” censored in Argentina

Documentary “Erasing Dad” censored in Argentina

The documentary Borrando a Papá (Erasing Dad) was originally set to premiere on August 28th, but it was suddenly pulled down at the behest of a non-governmental organization that criticized its release. Directed by Ginger Gentile and Sandra Fernández Ferreira, and produced by San Telmo Productions Erasing Dad is about the plight of fathers that are “erased” from their children’s lives after a divorce or separation by the family court system that tends to rule against fathers. Continue reading

Shooting in Buenos Aires & Río Negro for BBC Documentary

Shooting in Buenos Aires & Río Negro for BBC Documentary

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey As production fixers, we’ve had the privilege of working with the United Kingdom on several production shoots, the latest of which was on a documentary for the BBC about parrots and their urban habitats. San Telmo Productions was in charge of fixing the filming of the documentary, a 12-day shoot in Buenos Aires City and … Continue reading

Mercedes Sosa’s Encore

Mercedes Sosa’s Encore

by Benjamín Haguindey, contributing blogger The documentary “The Voice of Latin America” (Mercedes Sosa: La voz de America Latina) has been brewing for over three years now, ever since the passing of singer Mercedes Sosa in 2009 at the age of 74. It consists of a joint effort between filmmaker Rodrigo Vila and Sosa’s son, … 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