Fernando is an argentine in his fifties who lives in Jose Ignacio, a small village on the coast of Uruguay. His daughter Cristina, who studies in nearby Buenos Aires, comes to visit him on her vacation, and asks him to accompany her to a surfing class on the beach. There he meets Marina, an italian woman who is a surfing instructor.
Andrés in a shy teenager. One night he learns on TV that his idol, leader of rock band Black Night, commited suicide. Alarmed by the news, his mother becomes concerned, and takes him to the evangelic church. Andrés joins a youth group and meets Alex. The attraction (between them) is so strong that Alex gains a sudden interest in religious activities.
For our protagonist, Julio, a number of things start: a loving relationship, a new job and a project with an old friend: the realization of a fotonovela. Love is love, and his new job is as a salesman in a bookstore. Julio soon discovers that it's easy to steal at the bookstore. This will complicate his relationship with his girlfriend, with his project and his work.
Three filmmakers, two characters, and one couple in one single day.
Every segment in this film is entitled by some chemical element, as if the whole piece could fuse together different components that rarely work together. And perhaps their alchemist secret, their true reason for being, is to experiment on combinations that, regardless of how improbable they are, can also generate a big audiovisual potion.
Inés and Roma roam the rooftops and streets of the city, they dream up their own universe, they make and unmake themselves through games and projects that never prosper.
As he sits on a present situation where his childhood’s expiration date gives way to an uncertain adolescence, Agustín decides to create a small freedom spot far from his daily routine.
A girl wins in a contest, a four-day vacation in a hotel in Ostende, in the Buenos Aires province. Here, she's driven by the forces of leisure, and of intrigue, fueled by subtle enigmas and slightly disturbing situations.
With a young woman's grave as a starting point, the movie is a long flashback that retells the story of this young woman and a couple of medicine students, at times comically, at times dramatically.
A reconstruction of the mocoví tribes rebellion in the area of Chaco in Santa Fe, in 1904.
Amancio, the son of a judge, is the real master and lord of a town, and wants to impose his property criteria over the owners of ranches and horses. He stops the eviction of Eulalia's family ranch, with the hidden intention of making her his lover.
A woman and his lover spend a season at the mountains, in order to recover from the excesses of life in the city. But peace doesn't last long: he tries to seduce a country-woman and she invites a mongrel over to her bedroom.
They say there's nothing like a classic car to impress the ladies. Manuel, Luis, and Ramiro are three guys just edging out of their teenage years who decide they need a car if they want to get anywhere with the women in the small town where they were born.
To know someone in depth can be exhausting. Even in the most mundane situations, it is possible to find tension peeking from underneath.
A woman that moves into the city to change it. Two former friends that are now sworn enemies. A man that invades apartments so as to spy and film naked women from anonymous windows. A writer that steals ideas from obscure books, and an interpreter that discovers him. An epidemc of UFOs in an unbearably-hot summer.
Five stories about sex directed by five young directors.
Small mountains. Trees. Camping. A couple in a tent. They're having a sunny day, and luckily, there are not many tourists. Right away there are signs that say they’re not equals. The man holds more power. The woman is trapped.
"Love (Part One)" dissects the way in which 25-year-olds live, suffer and enjoy falling in love.
Cabeza de ratón (Mouse Head), the charismatic TV host after which the film is titled, browses through the world of Rosario’s visual artists, in a crime story that involves a big theft, a spiritual voyage and a tale of friendship.
Cabeza de ratón (“Mouse Head”), host of a TV show, decides to change its format, making the show a singing contest, exclusively dedicated to Rosario’s rock songs.
Diego is in his late twenties. He’s been stuck in the same routine for a long time, working at a gas station. During his first night shift, he encounters a few situations and people that make him realise that he doesn’t belong there anymore.
A car crash in the road makes Freddy Fassano encounter "El Descanso", an old hotel of the thirties, now in ruins. Tempted by the idea of recovering the good old times, he leads the extravagant enterprise of reopening the grand hotel.
"Today I felt no fear" is two movies at once. The first one portrays two sisters in their everyday lives, and the second one abandons lineal narrative to explore freely with the textures of images and sounds.
It's 2010 in Argentina: the Bicentennial of the May Revolution. Authorities carry out experiments with a new chemical, that leads to an accident by which thousands of people loose their memory, and with it, their identity.
"There might be Life in Mars", states an Announcer and newspaper headlines. The media organizes polls and contests. There's a music hit that revolves around this supposed discovery.
"El Hada Buena" takes place in Argentina, in a distant future. After the disaster, the authorities have decided to reinstall the policies of the welfare state of Peronism, or at least its aesthetics and vocabulary.
Three situations of a vaguely theatrical origin, stripped of any kind of exterior clothing, reveal the trail of a different kind of cinema.
A young intern starts a night job as a bell-boy at a five star hotel in Buenos Aires. During his internship he is trained by a receptionist, with whom he develops a close relationship.
Brenda, a seventeen-year-old teenager in charge of a hotel, invents and writes stories about the guests that stay there.
The conflictive situation behind the act of literary creation can derive in small daily labyrinths: the white sheet, which nowadays blinks on a computer monitor, can be a dangerous abyss.
The different cultures that inhabit Argentina shape up a story about betrayal, rescues, double agents, and varied, imprecise intrigues.
"The dog's dream" describes, in the way a dream would, the difficult inner struggle of the protagonist, who is seeking a new and happier life.
Eleven directors, thirty-two characters and five-part collective experience about a city. Temperate and merry, the remains of a shipwreck: Regarding Buenos Aires.
Franca's dad has died. While waiting for the funeral, she wanders around the neighborhood with her little brother.
Aballay was an ill-tempered gaucho, but sometimes the image reflected by a mirror makes a man reconsider his whole life.
A young boy decides to fake his own kidnapping. He abandons school and then meets some friends outside who don’t know about his plan.