BAFICI

BAFICI (Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente) is an international film festival that takes place from April 10 – 21 in different theaters all over Capital (including the Planetarium in Palermo!).  BAFICI was born in 1999 and has ever since grown to become one of the most prominent film festivals in the world.

With its wide range of films including Argentine, Latin American and worldwide premieres as well as well-deserved retros, BAFICI is the greatest, most prestigious event for the independent cinema in Latin America.

Ticket pre-sales are available now, online and at two venues in the city; Casa de la Cultura (Av. de Mayo 575), from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Mon-Fri) and at Village Recoleta Mall (Vicente López and Junín, 4th floor), same hours (every day).  Tickets are AR$20 at full price with discounted tickets available at AR$15.

Visit the official website for BAFICI: buenosaires.gob.ar/festivales for more information.  The site is available in English and Spanish.

You can keep up with this and other festivals to visit Buenos Aires by visiting the Buenos Aires Festivals website , or following them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FestivalesGCBA.

 

 

Shen Yun Comes to Buenos Aires

New York based SHEN YUN, the premier Chinese classical dance company in the world, will be starting their brand new 2013 tour in Buenos Aires! Shen Yun´s mission is to revive 5000 years of traditional Chinese culture. You will experience the dress and customs of different dynasties, legends unfolding, deities descending from heaven, and moving stories of present-day courage.

Tickets are already on sale for the December 13, 14 and 14 shows at the Opera Citi Theatre through Ticketek Argentina. Another five shows (Dec. 17-21) will be opened in the coming days.At BAIN Downtown’s Social Meeting on Friday, November 30th, you will have the chance to win 2 tickets to the Opening Night of Shen Yun.  Hope to see you all at SHEN YUN!

Calendar Girls

The Suburban Players is the longest running English-speaking amateur theatrical club in Argentina, having been around since April 1963.  Originally founded by a group of American expatriates, our objective, then and now, is to stage plays in English for the enjoyment of all those involved whilst simultaneously providing quality entertainment for the community.

They are a non-profit organization that collaborates on a regular basis with established charities, helping community oriented fund raising campaigns with our proceeds.

Visit their website for more information: The Suburban Players