“El Rati Horror Show,” showing in Buenos Aires cinemas at present, is an Argentine directed documentary of a special kind which forced the director, Enrique Piñeyro, and his family to leave Argentina after receiving death threats regarding the content of the documentary.
To see “El baile de la Victoria,” the most recent film directed by Fernando Trueba, may well make one think that this Spanish director has decided not to include the excessive sentimentalities that the novel by Antonio Skármeta proposes and that instead he gives he has decided to concentrate on creating a film full of exaggerated and unbelievable implausibility.
The film in terms of location and structure is so simple that it would work excellently as a piece of live theatre, just as much as it does on the screen, and it is in this simplicity that “El hombre de al lado” manages to reach an unexpected and dramatic ending.
In Argentina, the creative efforts and comic grace of Diego Capusotto are favored by the masses and the new Argentine flick, “Pajaros Volando” directed by Nestór Montalbano and written by Damián Dreizik, is just another example of his continual triumphs.
Campanella, Argentine Oscar winner of 2010 for his direction of “El Secreto de sus Ojos” has recently been accepted into the Academy of Motion Pictures as a way of paying […]