Tagged with The Secret in their Eyes

Wild Tales Press Conference: “It’s socially committed, it’s fun and it’s massive”

Wild Tales Press Conference: “It’s socially committed, it’s fun and it’s massive”

By Benjamín Harguindey Wild Tales (Relatos Salvajes) is easily the most hyped movie of the year: an international big-budget co-production signed by Pedro Almodóvar, scored by Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla, directed by the immensely popular TV showrunner Damián Szifron (in a comeback no less) and featuring a star-studded cast of A-list actors such as Ricardo … Continue reading

“Everybody Has a Plan” is Viggo Mortensen´s first Argentine Film: An Ambitious Debut

by Atzin Ortiz, Contributing Blogger Writer-director Ana Piterbarg has a very ambitious plan for her debut: making a big budget (around 3 million dollars, co-produced with Fox International), crowd-pleasing existential thriller starring a Spanish-speaking Viggo Mortensen in a double role. Despite her best intentions, and having a top notch pedigree onboard, “Todos Tenemos Un Plan” … Continue reading

Evita Jewel Heist Movie “Atraco” Mixes Humor and Suspense

Evita Jewel Heist Movie “Atraco” Mixes Humor and Suspense

by Atzin Ortiz González, contributing blogger “¡Atraco!” is a Spanish-Argentinean co production direced by Eduard Cortés that aims to be one of the season’s box office hits (105 000 viewers went on its first weekend). Starring Guillermo Francella, one of Argentina’s most popular actors, and taking the mythical robbery of Evita’s jewels in Madrid during … Continue reading

Train Stations in Buenos Aires: Your Next Film Location

Train Stations in Buenos Aires: Your Next Film Location

by Rob Sykes, Contributing Blooger For the film producer looking for cheaper options for Victorian England, World War II France, or even Mumbai, the railway stations of Buenos Aires offer a huge opportunity! Filming under their grand arched ceilings or outside their exquisite entrances can transport movie goers back in time. This is in part … Continue reading