This time of the year is the best timing to be in Buenos Aires.
Not only because Autum here is always sunny and cool, but because between April 11th and 22th you have the oportunity to enjoy an international film festival and one of the most exciting moments in the cultural life of this city.
In the Latinamerican and the Argentine Competition, the festival includes mostly premieres and debut films. This is an amazing oportunity to practice your Spanish with different
accents from Latinamerica. But, if you are a beginner and you don’t feel confident with your listening skills, don´t worry: all the movies in competition have English subtitles and you can also find lots of good films from all the world.
The festival started in 1999 and, through years, has grown to become one of the most prominent film festivals in the world. Today is placed in a privileged position on the international film agenda. For this reason, you can find in its program innovative, daring and committed new independent films .
You can check the program here and buy your tickets
onlinehere . But if you prefer go to the movie house to get
your tickets, Ñ helps you with some vocabulary and tips:
“cola” the trailer of a film.
– película agotada: The adjective agotado means exhausted. (Por ejemplo: “Esta semana trabajé muchísimo. ¡Estoy agotada!) But when we are talking about a film, it
means it is sold out.
– entradas numeradas: This means that you must select where do you want to sit when you buy your ticket. The seats are numbered.
– película subtítulada: It is when the film has the translation at the bottom of the screen. The noun is subtítulos.