translated from Spanish: Film quarantine: Ten days of free Argentine cinema from home

In the face of the health emergency instituted by the coronavirus pandemic, it is necessary to avoid places of mass concentration of people. One of the most affected sites is cinema, which had one of the most important crises. However, since the PCI Film Directors Association they created a film quarantine, consisting of an online film cycle, one per day, and only available 00hs. 20 hours, and ending with an online chat with the director or director on social networks.

«In this age of estrangement in public spaces we propose not to get away altogether. May Art link us! Generating this talk/debate with each of the directors of these films will help us to feel involved in an activity from our home,» they said from the organization, through a press release. Movies can only be viewed for free on the Website of Puentes de Cine, although on Saturdays and Wednesdays they will also be displayed – with the entrance fee and as a premiere – through the Cine.Ar platform. Virtual talks will be held live every day at 8 p.m. and will also be accessible through the web and all its social networks. Look at the schedule for the first week

Friday 20: «Outdoor» (2014). Directed by Anahí Berneri.
Saturday 21: «Death does not exist and neither does love» (2020). Directed by Fernando Salem.
Sunday 22: «Taekwondo» (2016). Directed by Marco Berger and Martín Farina.
Monday 23: «Lamb of God» (2008). Directed by Lucia Cedron.
Tuesday 24: «Clandestine Childhood» (2012). Directed by Benjamin Avila.
Wednesday 25: «The Sleepwalkers» (2019). Directed by Paula Hernández.
Thursday 26: «Normal School» (2012). Directed by Celina Murga.
In this note:
Argentine Cinema

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