London's second-ever Argentine Film Festival is dedicated to the best contemporary movies from and about Argentina.
Highlights include screenings of chic black comedy The Man Next Door, and Gone Fishing by Argentina’s renowned director Carlos Sorín, which sees a recovering alcoholic get more than he bargained for when he goes on a shark fishing holiday in Patagonia.
Brixton's Ritzy cinema will feature two Argentine-themed music events, including a Rock 'n' Rollers night on Friday 19 April with live music from London-Argentine rock band The Corderoys, and soulful 60s pop ensemble Itchy Teeth. The Ritzy will also host a free Football Fever Party from 1.30-5.30pm on Sunday 21 April with DJ Sergio Schuchinsky playing Latin and Global sounds prior to the final screening of Lost World Cup.
Programme of Films
6pm: The Ways of Wine at Cineworld Haymarket.
Thursday 18 April
1pm: Sofia Turns 100 at Picture House Hackney.
6.30pm: The Ways of Wine at Ritzy Brixton.
9pm: All In at Ritzy Brixton.
Friday 19 April
4.20pm: Mount Bayo at Ritzy Brixton.
6.45pm: Surprise feature at Ritzy Brixton.
6.45pm: Sadourni's Butterflies at Picture House Hackney.
7pm: All In at Cineworld Haymarket.
9.15pm: White Elephant at Ritzy Brixton.
Saturday 20 April
4pm: Nuevos Talentos: short films from Argentina's most exciting new directors at Picture House Hackney.
5pm: Sofia Turns 100 at Ritzy Brixton.
6.30pm: Lost World Cup at Cineworld Haymarket.
6.45pm: Dead Man and Being Happy at Picture House Hackney.
7pm: Villegas at Ritzy Brixton.
9.15pm: The Man Next Door at Ritzy Brixton.
Sunday 21 April
3pm: Sofia Turns 100 at Picture House Hackney.
3pm: Dead Man and Being Happy at Ritzy Brixton.
5pm: Villegas at Picture House Hackney.
5.30pm: Lost World Cup at Ritzy Brixton.
7pm: The Man Next Door at Picture House Hackney.
8.10pm: Sadourni's Butterflies at Ritzy Brixton.