• Festivals

“Argentina, 1985” – A Trip Back in Time

From the moment it had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Argentina, 1985, the new film by Santiago Mitre starring Ricardo Darín and Peter Lanzani, has been a crowd pleaser, regardless of where it has been screened. It was not a surprise that it won the Audience Award at the San Sebastián Film Festival, or that it has become an instant hit in its own country, where lines form regularly around the block to enter the cinemas, a rarity in these days of watching content on platforms at home.
  • Golden Globe Awards

The Distinguished Citizen (Argentina)

In the latest film by Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn the story begins as celebrated Argentine expatriate writer Daniel Mantovani (Oscar Martinez) receives the Nobel Prize for Literature. In his acceptance speech, in front of the king and queen of Sweden, he expresses his scorn for such a recognition which he considers the end of his career, since from now on he will be forever regarded as a “Nobel Prize Winner”, which will generate incredible expectations for his future works.