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04 May 0 Comment

Head Burst the new film of Savas Ceviz with Max Riemelt

Markus, a good-looking, likable and respected architect, is a paedophile. Bodies of little boys excitehim. He suffers tremendously because of this inclination. He tortures himself for it and is disgusted byhimself. Nevertheless, the arousal is there. And there is nothing he can do about it. He struggles themost when he is about to become sexual with a boy for the first time. That is when he senses that hewill not be able to keep his desire under control for much longer. He is getting more and more isolated.Markus struggles to resist the ever-rising calls in his head to finally "do more" with


21 Oct 0 Comment

BUEIFF at the HCD | 2nd of November

With the screening of five short films from Spain, Venezuela, Holland, Ukraine and Ireland, the San Isidro Deliberative Council reopened its doors to movie lovers. The third edition of this cycle will be held on Saturday, November 2. With the venue filled, the San Isidro Council of Deliberation (May 25, 459) received the directors Roberto Ercolalo and Martín Méndez Canaro with the selection of the best short films of their festival. Directors Roberto Ercolalo and Martín Méndez Canaro thanked the public for their presence and the San Isidro HCD for the opportunity to spread independe


01 Ago 1 Comment

Buenos Aires International Film Festival | Venue at the HCD

Buenos Aires International Film Festival, within the framework of the cultural activities organized by the HCD of San Isidro. The event exhibited by Ercolalo and Mendez, co-directors of the festival is a great step for national and international cinema. As a result, in this edition and within the framework of this wide cultural space, the Bue.iff opens its entrance to the physical venues. Consequently to betray and enrich the cinematographic experience to take it to another level. First of all, the HCD will be the space where winners and official selections from all over the world will


06 Jul 0 Comment

“Bxautiful Nightmarx” by Brittny Williams & Juanita Ingram

During the first 60 seconds of the short film "Beautiful Nightmare," the director reveals us the techniques that will be used to narrate the story. The 9:46 minutes film teaches us an unpredictable character and willing to do everything, which makes it essential for the plot. Regarding the script, we could add that there are a few moments where the dialogues are "mixed", shifting the central conflict off its axis. A resource becomes a conflict; for some moments the attention is focused on "the sandwich" rather than on the real problem. It is easy to fall into these lapses, as a result of