Tagged with INCAA

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

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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

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

BAFICI: My First Million Viewers. A Roundtable of Film Success Stories

BAFICI: My First Million Viewers. A Roundtable of Film Success Stories

By Benjamín Harguindey, contributting blogger In light of the 15th BAFICI, festival director Marcelo Panozzo hosted a roundtable (“without the table”, was the joke) on Thursday 11th with some of the country’s most successful filmmakers: directors Pablo Trapero, Juan Taratuto and Hernán Goldfrid, and producer Axel Kuschevatsky talked business and answered questions in an event … Continue reading

Argentina´s First 3D Film Smash Hit!

by Lauren Pringle, contributting blogger Peter Capusotto in 3 Dimensions, directed by Pedro Saborido is a ridiculously humorous, satirical and effortlessly intelligent comment on the Argentine entertainment industry. Selling over 100,000 tickets in its first week, Peter Capusotto in 3D broke box office tables and was top of the charts in its opening week ahead … Continue reading