Dario Nardi’s Sadourni’s Butterflies
2nd Argentine Film Festival

Press Coverage

Celluloid Circus has handled the entire PR for all five editions of the Argentine Film Festival, London.

The festival has been featured across the UK’s leading print, digital and broadcast media, as well as in the Argentine press. In the last five years have also developed significant media partnerships with specialist film, trade and Spanish language outlets.

  • "Cinema won’t settle the Falklands/Malvinas dispute, but it can at least celebrate what the UK and Argentina have in common."

    The Guardian, 2013

  • "The festival offers an opportunity to see many films that might not yet have a release date in the UK and helps to persuade distributors that there is an audience for them."

    Clarin, 2016

  • "It’s a first step towards giving Argentine cinema the individual showcase it deserves."

    The Arts Desk, 2012

  • "Every so often a groovy film festival sweeps into town and shakes up the schedules a bit, introducing us to some silent movies that were hitherto a mystery to us."

    Silent London, 2012

  • "A welcome showcase for one of the world’s most vibrant and innovative film industries."

    Empire, 2012

  • "Argentine films so good they planned another weekend of them."

    Wendy Mitchell, Screen, 2012

  • "Back to Stay"

    Time Out’s Alternative Film Pick of the Week, 2012
    Argentine Film Festival, Time Out’s Film Event of the Week 2013

  • "Do you know much about Argentine cinema? You might have seen The Official Version (La Historia Oficial) or The Secret In Their Eyes (El Secreto En Sus Ojos), but there is so much more to catch up with."

    Londonist, 2012

  • "A distinctive and industrious national cinema"

    Little White Lies

  • "The Argentine Film Festival, London has become a fixture of the autumn schedule and it's little wonder with Argentina continuing to produce the best films in South America."

    Empire Magazine, 2014

Evening Standard
Financial Times
The Independent
The Guardian
The Huffington Post
Time Out
The Arts Desk
Little White Lies
Screen Daily
Otros Cines
BBC World Service
La Nacion
Dirty Movies
Drinks Business