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10 Essential Argentinian Films of the decade (2010s)

In the early 1990s, Argentina made a record of 12 films released in 1990, 17 in 1991, and 13 in 1993. As time passed by, the filmmakers worked hard and with their innovative vision and grit increased the production and viewership of their cinema both in the domestic and global circuit. Luis Puenzo’s The Official Story was the first Argentinian film to win the Best Foreign Language film award at the 58th Academy Awards. At the 82nd Academy Awards, the…

"Goodnight Darling" by Adam Azimov

Two sisters wonder if their mother’s strange behavior is a response to a recent family loss, or if something more sinister is at work… “Goodnight Darling” is a horror film about the moment in childhood when we discover our parents aren’t the people we thought they were.

Review: 'Days'

Tsai Ming-liang's Days opened in select U.S. cities last month, and will be screening nightly this Fri-Sun at the Webster Univeristy Film Series. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review of the Taiwanese filmmaker's new drama, his first in eight years:

70mm - September 2021

Friends, if you aren't caught up yet on the podcast, for September we're spotlighting Latin American Movies Month. Our friend Ismael has created a Letterboxd list as a guide for us and we'll be doing our dangdest to pick some solid bangers.

TIFF gets the big folly out of the way first with Dear Evan Hansen

You can’t really view Dear Evan Hansen through the lens of a bygone era’s more lax standards of age-related naturalism. Watching the film last night, I instead found myself straining to apply a more radical justification, to reason that Platt’s casting could work as a distancing device. Evan is a high-school outcast who feels alienated from his peers because of his depression and social anxiety. Could making him look radically different than them function in a Brechtian way, as a deliberate representation…

IFFR KINO season 6

We’re back with a brand-new season of IFFR KINO. From October to January we’re screening an IFFR cult classic in KINO on every first Wednesday of the month. These gems demand to be seen a second time – a great warm-up for our upcoming festival in January. What is a ‘cult film’, exactly? With this new season of IFFR Kino we delve into IFFR’s past to find a loose answer to the question. Loose, because there are many ways for…

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