Review: Porto (2016)

RIP Anton Yelchin.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Muted “end-of-relationship” movies are a dime a dozen in film festivals, which is where I found Porto (2016) – playing at the 19th BAFICI, the Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente.

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Antonio’s Top 5 Films of 2016

2016’s best films emerge as a unique force throughout the world.

by Antonio Cabello

My Top 5 list of 2016’s best movies is characterizes by the heterogeneity of the gathered cinematographies, if you will, but also champions cinema as an artistic impulse regardless of latitude, emerging as a unique force throughout the world.

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Review: Paterson (2016)

Slice of life at its finest and most endearing.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Paterson is very much a return to true form for writer/director Jim Jarmusch, back to his simple, contemplative stories of urban wanderers without the esoteric tenets of Dead Man (1995) or the mumbo-jumbo of The Limits of Control (2009), whatever that one was about. It’s a very sweet, mellow, easy-going movie, and a deceitfully simple one at that.

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