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Viola by Matías Piñeiro (Argentina, 2012, 65 min.). Piñeiro continues his fascination with Shakespeare in this dazzling riff on Twelfth Night, a mystery of romantic entanglements and intrigues among a troupe of young actors performing Shakespeare’s comedy. Like his previous feature, Rosalinda, the film Viola is not an adaptation, but rather uses Shakespeare as a way to explore the intersection of life, theater, and cinema. “Wonderfully inventive . . . a triumph of narrative imagination and bottom-line ingenuity” (The New York Times). In Spanish with English subtitles. Discussion with director follows the September 13 screening.

Discover one of the most exciting young filmmakers to emerge from the new Argentine cinema.