Latin American Movies at IFFR

New films ranging from maximalist to minimalist, Brazil to Argentina, are among the highlights of the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

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More on Brazilian films on Lyssaria: Ismael Caneppele’s Music For When The Lights Go OutGuto Parente’s Sweet Amianto, Interview with Tavinho Teixeira of Sol Alegria, Affonso Uchoa’s Arábia, The Films of Ozualdo Candeias,

Also on Argentine cinema: Carlos Reygadas’s Our Time and María Luisa Bemberg’s I, The Worst of All

 

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