Set during the unsettling disappearances in Buenos Aires during the dictatorship of the 1970s, the film involves theater director Carlos Rueda and his wife Cecilia. Shortly after Cecilia writes an editorial commentary questioning the mysterious abductions, she is herself abducted and taken into police custody.
The dispassionate calm of a solitary man is captured with disturbing clarity. The sound and images of Argentina mirror the stoic calm of this lone man.
Argentina continues Saura’s lyrical exploration of the essence, talent and patrimony of popular dance and song in both fiction and documentary
Recorded at Riverplate Stadium, Buenos Aires, March 18, 2007.
Rafi and Yossi are brothers who know how to enjoy life! They are students in Israel, living off the money their Argentinian aunt sends them. The Iraqi father of their girlfriends is happy to lend them money until their aunt visits, and has his eye on the boys as future sons in law. when the aunt does not arrive, Rafi and Yossi ask their actor friend Emanuel, to play the part of the aunt. all goes well until the real aunt appears without warning!
Argentina's Eva told from the perspective of journalist Rodolfo Walsh the remarkable story of Eva Peron. The obsession of this writer and journalist in the reconstruction of the history of Evita is both rebuilding your own life and death and the fate of the Argentines. Considered a saint for the humble and a myth to the world, Argentina's Eve is the story of a heroine of the twentieth century was the World with the promise to return and be millions. The film is made of a 70% cut-out animation and 30% in archive footage, based on the designs of master Solano Lopez.
A group of artists loses a contest, but then they succeed in the theater.
Through the second half of the 1960's the Beat movement and the first National Rock were the flagship of the youth, leaders as never before of a society in transformation. The formation of the first bands, the venues for concerts, the difficulties to sing rock in Spanish and interact with other artists create new ways to communicate previously unavailable. This documentary presents the story of these first pioneers of the Argentinean rock music.
"A ski and snowboard trip for the soul" is what three SALEWA free ski mountaineering riders called the project that took Björn Herregger, Martin McFly Winkler and Max Zipser - the newcomer to the SALEWA alpinextrem team - to the southern hemisphere. Starting out in early september the three friends spent three weeks cruising acroos the Andes in a bus looking for fresh snow.
A Traveltalk visit to Buenos Aires. At the time, it was the most populous city in South America.
En vivo 1993 Argentina (Spanish: Live 1993 Argentina) is a live album of Hermética. It was recorded in 1993 in Stadium.
In 1946, President Peron started a secret nuclear project with the help of Nazis refugees which consisted in the use of a new method "Nuclear Fusion". Five years later, he would announce to the world his succeed. Even today, no country around the world has achieved it.
We have to break the silence on what is happening in Argentina. In a decade, cancer cases in children have increased threefold and malformations in newborn babies have gone up 400 percent. Why? Because they are the children of farmers, working in tobacco plants, in a country that allowed the commercialization of transgenic seeds and the use of huge quantities of the herbicide glyphosate. Women and men are fighting for their rights and their life. Farmers, parents, doctors, scientists, lawyers. They cry, they shout, they hope, they suffer. They are met with silence. And the reality: their children are doomed.
Gran Hermano is a reality television program produced by Endemol hosted by Jorge Rial, taking over Soledad Silveyra after hosting the first three seasons. It's Argentina's version of the Big Brother franchise on Telefe. It first aired on March 10, 2001. It has had six editions and one VIP/Celebrity season with the seventh regular edition currently underway after a three-year break.
Algo habrán hecho is a documentary film for television that narrates the history of Argentina. It was created by the argentine historian Felipe Pigna, who acted as presenter. In the first two seasons Mario Pergolini was a co-presenter of it, but after giving up on all works on television his role in the documentary was taken by Juan Di Natale. Di Natale and Pergolini were by that time co-presenters of the talk show Caiga quien caiga. Di Natale pointed that he wasn't meant to act as if he was Pergolini, but the script writers wrote instead the scripts based on his own personality. The first season, aired in 2005 on Canal 13, narrates the history of Argentina from the british invasions of the Río de la Plata to the fall of Juan Manuel de Rosas during the Battle of Caseros. The second season, aired in 2006 on Telefé, resumes the narration from that point and continues up to the suicide of Leandro N. Alem in 1896. The third one, aired in 2008 on Telefé, resumes as well from the end of previous season and ends with the meeting of Juan Domingo Perón and Eva Duarte at the Luna Park during a fund-raising to help after the San Juan earthquake.