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The Embassy of the Republic of Argentina and the Cervantes Institute have presented a review of one of the most dynamic and productive Latin American film industries, contemporary Argentine film.

The aim of this cycle is to show the prominent place occupied by Argentinian cinema on the contemporary film scene through the presentation of four recent films with storylines that reflect the richness and diversity of Argentina’s social and cultural reality.

December saw the organizing of two screenings within the Contemporary Argentina cycle – Mi Primera Boda (My First Wedding) and El Ultimo Elvis (The Last Elvis).

Attendees were addressed by Enrique Camacho Garcia, director of the Cervantes Institute in Belgrade.

The cycle continues in January 2017.