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“There is nothing graver than a ghost.”

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Ariel Escalante, a 32-year-old Tico director, has received a strong emotional response after presenting his first feature film, El sonido de las cosas (The Sound of Things).

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Danilo Maldonado, a popular Cuban graffiti artist more commonly known as El Sexto, is set to publicly imprison himself in a cell for 36 hours this week.

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Aduviri—cast as an Amazonian native and guide named Mediamano—has travelled to Spain in order to film Oro, a movie inspired by one of Arturo Pérez Reverte’s novels and directed by Agustín Díaz Yanes.

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Computers have already proved capable of emulating the works of famous composers, but could artificial intelligence one day be considered artists in their own right?

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An event in the La Rural neighborhood of Buenos Aires marked the 50th anniversary of One Hundred Years of Solitude, the masterwork of Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez.

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Author Rafael Gumucio explained the autobiographical parallels in his most recent book and his theory that sex underlies all political problems.

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Quiero 24 is a tango group that does not play by the book: their contemporary spin on the traditional Argentinian genre, along with that of other innovative bands, will be heard at the Recoleta Cultural Centre in Buenos Aires every Tuesday in May.

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The renowned artist Juan Carlos Romero died in the city of Buenos Aires at the age of 86. Romero’s work, however, will no doubt continue to influence in the art world for many years to come.

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A new book presented at the National Museum of Popular Cultures brings together research about cultural and artistic traditions in villages throughout Mexico and Latin America.

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