Synopsis: CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD (INFANCIA CLANDESTINA), 2011, 112 min. Benjamin Avila’s partly autobiographical account of his upbringing is a moving portrait of adolescent life in politically tumultuous 1970s Argentina. Young Juan and his radical parents enter the country separately in order to reunite with Juan’s older brother in Buenos Aires and establish a false business front. In Spanish with English subtitles.

WHITE ELEPHANT (ELEFANTE BLANCO), 2012, 110 min. Dir. Pablo Trapero. Father Julian, a middle-aged priest privately battling a brain tumor, and young Father Nicolas have their mission in one of the most dangerous slums of Buenos Aires, distinctive for a massive dilapidating structure nicknamed the "White Elephant.” In Spanish with English subtitles.