October 30, 2014

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Thursday October 30, 2014

    Cain and Abel face off at the edge of BA

      By Victoria Eandi / Herald staff

    By Victoria Eandi

    In his latest production, Terrenal. Pequeño misterio ácrata (Little Anarchic Mystery), great Argentine playwright Mauricio Kartun puts the tale of Cain and Abel into a local mould, moving it to suburban Buenos Aires to develop a personal political reading of that “original landowner conflict,” as he defines it.

    Appetising menu at Arab film festival in BA

      By Pablo Suárez / For the Herald

    The Good Lie, an absorbing story of Sudanese refugees

      By Ann Hornaday / The Washington Post (*)

    Boyhood: an audacious, epic cinematic journey

      By Ann Hornaday / The Washington Post (*)

    What If does the trick: conjuring up a little magic

      By Stephanie Merry / The Washington Post (*)

    BA to relish Dalinha’s silky, textural canvases

      By George Nelson / For the Herald

    A colourful performance under the sea

      By Luciana Ekdesman / Herald Staff

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