Arturo, the successful owner of an art gallery, and Renzo, a talented but decadent painter, are old friends who cannot stop bickering. One day, Arturo comes up with a solution to all their problems, but the plan they concoct turns out to be crazier and riskier than they originally expected.
A young architect embarking upon his first major project is unexpectedly brought face to face with dark secrets from his ancestral past.
Francisco was building a luxurious house in Mexico where a fatal accident caused the death of his brother. When Francisco learns that his widowed sister-in-law will not receive a compensation from the opulent owner of the house, he will seek justice.
Two cinephile weirdos kidnap a famous actress to force her to star in a little movie they're making with an 8mm camera.
Half a century after his death, Le Corbusier, the greatest exponent of modern architecture, arrives by train to the city of La Plata to visit the Curutchet house, the only work he carried out in Latin America and which he could not know in life. The film is at the same time a portrait of Elio Montes, a devoted architect of Le Corbusier who spends his days in charge of the guided visits of that house, waiting for the impossible.
Struggling with the breakdown of a relationship, Leo moves back to a dilapidated 'city of tomorrow' to live with his belligerent grandfather and his father Rafael, a disillusioned engineer who once worked in Cuba's now-abandoned nuclear program.
When a San Francisco exec wins a New Zealand inn, she ditches city life to remodel and flip the rustic property with help from a handsome contractor.
This documentary analyzes the origins of the Puerto Rican economic development plan of the 1960’s, better known as Manos a la Obra (or Operation Bootstrap). The film examines this economic plan within the framework of Puerto Rican society, with special emphasis on the mass migration of Puerto Ricans to the mainland.
To be an artist is to turn any object into a magical one. That was the aim of one of the most brilliant writers and artists of the 20th Century, Jorge Eielson. Eielson's desire to avoid notoriety, and a fifty-three year exile, made him a legendary name - not only in the European art world, but in his home country of Peru. In "Virir en una obra maestra" Gabriela Yepes explores Eielson's luminous art and incredible life.
A painter is found dead with a gun in his hand, in his shabby studio in Lapa, a bohemian district in Rio de Janeiro. A brief note is published on a newspaper and, from then on, he becomes a national sensation.