35 films Found
The shale reserves of southern Argentina have the potential to make the country oil and gas-independent. But while Shell have trebled their investment in the area, it is the local people who must pay the price.
Where has Pope Francis come from and what can the world expect from him? We explore the controversy surrounding his journey from humble bishop to Pope and ask where Argentinians think he will take the Church.
In Argentina football is akin to religion, with each team supported by a hardcore group of fans: Baras Bravas. But rather than friendly rivalry, these gangs bring crime and violence to the beloved sport.
32 years after Argentina's military dictatorship, a heartbreaking legacy emerges. Hundreds are discovering that their 'parents' are impostors, responsible for the kidnap and murder of their real parents.
Made from the foul waste of cocaine, 'Paco' is the latest in a long line of crippling drug epidemics in Argentina. A group of mothers are determined to save the addicts, but is it too little, too late?
What was once a small band of protestors has now developed into a well-organised movement in the fight against poverty and unemployment. Today, Piquetes are common occurrence across Argentina.
Devoted fans of Diego Maradona have started a church dedicated to His greatness, and have had a statue of the troubled football hero erected in the Boca Juniors museum.
In Buenos Aires, the tango is more than just a dance. It's an exclusive way of life dominated by rules and traditions. But now, the old style dancers are being challenged by a new generation.