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Saturday, 19 October 2013



Three Argentine films directed by some of the most talented young local directors of the last decade are featured in the lineup for today at Sala 1 of the Centro Cultural San Martín. Matías Piñeiro’s “Rosalinda” – a chronicle of the rehearsals, on a Tigre island, for the staging of a Shakespearean comedy coupled with the lead actress’s love conflicts – will be screened at 4 PM. Santiago Mitre and Juan Onofre Barbato’s “Los Posibles” – about the dance project carried out by a group of youths from one of the most deprived areas in the Buenos Aires suburbs – continues at 6.40 PM. And at 8.30 PM, there will be another film by Piñeiro: “Viola”, also inspired by Shakespeare, about the love life of two women, an actress playing the character of the title and a girl who delivers DVD films. Tickets for these screenings are free and will be given out (a maximum of two per person) 2 hours before showtime.

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