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The International Mar del Plata Film Festival Presents Its June Special on CINE.AR PLAY

The International Mar del Plata Film Festival Presents Its June Special on CINE.AR PLAY

The International Mar del Plata Film Festival together with CINE.AR PLAY presents a selection of Argentine films that were part of previous editions of the festival.

Offering a diverse showing of work from all over Argentina, with new selections being screened every other Wednesday of the month, so you can enjoy the best of our cinema CINE.AR PLAY. This series is one part of the many activities that the International Mar del Plata Film Festival will undertake this year on its way to its 36th edition.
 

Selection of films from the International Mar del Plata Film Festival:


Porno para principiantes
, by Carlos Ameglio (2018)
Sense of Humor in the 33rd edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Victor, an amateur filmmaker, is selling his camera when a criminal forces him to direct a porn film. His friend, Anibal, joins him, but everything gets complicated when Victor falls in love with his leading lady, an international porn star.
 
Acá y acullá, by Hernán Khourián (2018)
Argentine Film Panorama in the 33rd edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Acá y acullá constructs itself across the symbolic space of the classroom, of the words and devices of the different generations and their representations. An intergenerational tapestry in which multiple approaches, stories and images are explored from the dialogue between the director and the writer Ana Arzoumanian, a former student of the Jrimian school.

Hermanos de Sangre, by Daniel de la Vega (2012)
Best Feature Film of the Argentine Competition of the 27th edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Matias is a young man who believes his dreams are unattainable. Niclas will be the one who faces the social environment that undermines Matias’ aspirations. He is absolutely certainty that Matias deserves a better life and, based on this conviction, a series of powerful events will burst things open.

Su realidad, by Mariano Galperín (2014)
Best Feature Film of the Argentine Competition of the 29th edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Melingo, as a soldier and artist, wandering among ghosts, friends, women, vagabonds and madmen. Always moving forward, giving it his all, to the end of the line, which in his own madness is the same as beginning.

El sacrificio de Nehuen Puyelli, by José Celestino Campusano (2016)
Latin American Feature Film Competition of the 31st edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Nehuen Puyelli and his family are descendants of the Mapuche. Roman Arce is serving the end of a long prison sentence. Their destinies cross in a space of confinement, a consequence of the rule of judicial corruption in a Patagonian city.
 
La huella en la niebla, by Emiliano Grieco (2014)
Latin American Feature Film Competition of the 29th edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

Elias kills and escapes wounded. Lost in the mist, he returns to his island. The flood took everything and his house stands alone. His father gives him refuge. Various neighbors tell him where to find Lara. But upon finding her, he meets a new family.


El campo, by Hernán Belón (2011)
Latin American Feature Film Competition of the 26th edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival.

A married couple with a little girl goes to live in the country, a dilapidated house that they plan to fix up. In this distant and isolated place, conflicts between the couple begin to emerge.

La huella de Tara, by Georgina Barreiro (2018)          
Argentine Competition, 33rd Edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival

The film explores the unique atmosphere of Khechuperi, a community located on the shores of a sacred lake, immersed in the fascinating Himalayas west of Sikkim, India. It immerses us in the lives of four brothers, portraying the ancestral tradition of the Bhutia people, influenced by the transformations of globalization through the eyes of the young generations.

Neruda, by Pablo Larraín (2016)          
Opening Film, 31st Edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival

The film narrates the hunt by Inspector Peluchonneau to bring the poet Pablo Neruda to prison after the communist party was declared illegal. Together with his wife, Delia del Carril, Neruda goes into hiding, and both undertake a journey of no return in which the legend of the poet is forged.

Pinamar, by Federico Godfrid (2016)   
Argentina Feature Film Competition, 31st Edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival

Pablo and Miguel, two brothers, travel to Pinamar to scatter their mother's ashes and sell the family apartment. There they begin to get to know an attractive young woman named Laura. Between tensions, duels, loyalties and understandings they must mourn their loss.
 
Pinball, by Nicanor Loreti (2019)         
Argentine Short Film Competition, 34th Edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival

Two foolish criminals. A kidnapping. All hell breaks loose.

Mientras las olas, by Delfina Gavaldá and Carmen Rivoira  (2018)      
Argentine Short Film Competition, 33rd Edition of the International Mar del Plata Film Festival

Julia separates herself from her environment after a silent identity crisis, and sets out on a journey in the hope of finding something that can help her figure things out.


CINE.AR PLAY is the video on demand platform of INCAA and ARSAT, in which you can enjoy a catalogue of free feature length films, series and short films of all genres and styles. It is easy to use and available all over the world. You can view the contents from a computer, tablet, cell phone or Smart TV.