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    Berlin Review: Ominous Forces Grip Argentinian Society In Benjamin Naishtat's Mesmerizing Debut 'History of Fear'

    Buenos Aires is a haven for paranoia and confusion in Argentinian writer-director Benjamin Naishtat's mesmerizing debut.

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    ISA of the Day: MK2 Offers Varied Slate At EFM

    Celebrating its 40th anniversary, MK2 has figured prominently int he international film business since its creation in 1974. The group has been involved in virtually all aspects of the industry from production, distribution, international sales, restoration, and even owns and manages several art ho...

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    LatinoBuzz: Natalia Smirnoff Director of 'Lock Charmer' On Premiering Her Film at Sundance 2014

    LatinoBuzz got to sit down with Natalia Smirnoff, director of the Argentinian film Lock Charmer fresh off of its world premiere at Sundance.

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    LatinoBuzz:Director Daniel Burman co-produces film with Brazil, Argentina’s “natural ally”

    Variety published December 3rd an interview with Argentine producer/writer/director Daniel Burman regarding his new romantic comedy movie The Mystery of Happiness (El misterio de la felicidad), starring Guillermo Francella and Inés Estevez, and the international co-production team behind it.

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    Foreign Oscar Entry Review: The German Doctor (Wakolda)

    The German Doctor, Argentina's Submission for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. U.S. :Samuel Goldwyn Films. International Sales Agent: Pyramide International

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    Case Study:'Wakolda' or 'The German Doctor' (Argentina's Submission for the Oscar Nomination as Best Foreign Language Film)

    Of the films I have seen thus far of the submissions for Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film, the German film Two Lives and the Argentinean Wakolda whose English title is The German Doctor are the most complex. They are both cross cultural and multilayered.

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