Tagged with Natalia Oreiro

The 61st Argentinian Film Critics Association Awards

The 61st Argentinian Film Critics Association Awards

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey This Monday 7th the 61st Argentinian Film Critics Association Awards were celebrated at the Teatro Avenida, Buenos Aires, in honor of Argentina’s choice of cinematography of the year 2012, bestowing the coveted Silver Condor prize in 21 different categories. The indisputable winners of the evening were Armando Bó’s The Last … Continue reading

Wakolda: The Tale of Those Who Looked Way

Wakolda: The Tale of Those Who Looked Way

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey Wakolda goes to places few Argentine movies dare: that of postwar Nazi collaborationism, sanctioned by the government and, in the interest of this movie, society overall. It is both a critique and an acknowledgement of a society that was willing to trade moral ground for Nazi know-how and personal benefit. … 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