Argentinian cinema

The Delinquents – first-look review

By David Jenkins

This deadpan philosophical crime caper from Argentina's Rodrigo Moreno is a meandering and hilarious delight from end to end.

Again Once Again

By Lillian Crawford

Argentine actor and author Romina Paula turns director for this sublime mediation on middle age womanhood.

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The Clan

By Christina Newland

The usually reliable Pablo Trapero stutters with this inert crime thriller about the infamous Puccio family.


Five films to see at the Argentine Film Festival 2016

By Wilbur Charles-Roberts

Pablo Trapero’s The Clan will open the annual celebration of South American cinema.

Meet the young director bringing Shakespeare into the 21st century

By Giovanni Marchinicamia

With Hermia & Helena, Matías Piñeiro delivers another refreshingly modern twist on The Bard.

The harrowing true story of Argentina’s “Dirty War”

By Tom Graham

Thirty years after its original release, The Official Story remains a vital account of the country’s military dictatorship.

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