MDQ Fest Round-Up 4: Western, Wajib, Invisible & The First Lap

Notes from the 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival

by Benjamín Harguindey

The 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival runs November 17-26 and we continue to review the movies competing in the festival’s International Section. The final round-up includes Western (Valeska Grisebach, Germany), Wajib (Annemarie Jacir, Palestine), Invisible (Pablo Giorgelli, Argentina) and The First Lap (Kim Dae-Hwan, South Korea).

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MDQ Fest Round-Up 3: Lucky, Disaster Artist, Shape of Water and Outrage: Coda

Notes from the 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival

by Benjamín Harguindey

The 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival runs November 17-26 and today we cover movies being shown outside competition: Lucky (John Carroll Lynch, USA), The Disaster Artist (James Franco, USA), The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro, USA) & Outrage: Coda (Takeshi Kitano, Japan).

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Imperfect, cornered and wounded.

by Antonio Cabello Ruiz-Barrecos

Review of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017), directed by Martin McDonagh. UK / USA.

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MDQ Fest Round-Up 2: Primas, Les Gardiennes, 5 Therapy & The Silence of the Wind

Notes from the 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival

by Benjamín Harguindey

The 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival runs November 17-26 and we continue to review the movies competing in the festival’s International Section. Today’s round-up includes Primas (Laura Bari, Argentina), Les Gardiennes (Xavier Beauvois, France), 5 Therapy (Alisa Pavlovskaya, Ukraine) and The Silence of the Wind (Álvaro Poce Centeno, Puerto Rico).

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MDQ Fest Round-Up 1: Thelma, Columbus, Ramiro & Good Luck

Notes from the 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival

by Benjamín Harguindey

The 32° Mar del Plata International Film Festival runs November 17-26 and we’ll be reviewing the movies competing in the festival’s International Section. Today’s round-up includes Thelma (Joachim Trier, Norway), Columbus (Kogonada, USA/South Korea), Ramiro (Manuel Mozos, Portugal) and Good Luck (Ben Russell, France/Germany).

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Review: Zama (2017)

Argentina’s best movie this year is kind of a drag.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Review of Zama, directed by Lucrecia Martel. Argentina.

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Review: Stranger Things Season 2

So, when is Stranger Things 3 out?

by Katia Kutsenko

While Should I Stay or Should I go is still a must in our playlists, Stranger Things brings a whole new level of ‘80s into our life. Not only with a whole new range of music and pop references but with a new, compelling season that completely overshadow  he first episodes that made us fall in love with the series last year. Because if Stranger Things was “great”, Stranger Things 2 is closer to “magnificent” or “spectacular”. You can even choose “brilliant”, if you are up for it. And, let’s be honest: who’s not?

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