Promoted by the Kine, Cultural y Educativa Foundation in Argentina and UNICEF, this project encourage young adults to express themselves by creating short documentaries that explore topics related to their interests and reality. One can also browse them by clicking on the tab "Talleres" which provides access to all the videos by year since 2005.
Archive that focuses on producing, preserving, and providing access to multimedia resources related to Argentine literature. It features over 350 interviews of literary authors accompanied by their bio-bibliographical information. It also includes a section where authors read their own works. Video content of events and programs related with literature and cultural life in Buenos Aires is also presented.
Cultural and educational channel funded by the Ministry of Education in Argentina. It presents programs in a wide range of subjects such as literature, history, art, citizen participation, etc. For each program, pedagogical resources are presented to be used in the classroom with students.
This Argentinian center focuses on the education of professionals in the fields of cinema, television and theater. This webpage features videos related to its activities such as events with prominent figures in these fields. Short films by students of this center can be found in CortosCIC (Vimeo Channel) and CanaldecortosCIC (Youtube Channel).
This youtube channel includes features films by the Argentinian production company El Pampero Cine, founded in 2002. "More than just a simple production company, it is a group of people keen to bring experimentation and innovation to the procedures and practices involved in making cinema in Argentina. El Pampero Cine is made up by Mariano Llinás, Laura Citarella, Agustín Mendilaharzu and Alejo Moguilansky."
Full access to films produced by students at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Each year the school produces more than 150 short and feature length films, many of which are offered on the web site. Separate access is provided to animated, short, feature-length films and web series. Viewers must click on a still from each film to link to the online video, film credits, length, and a short description.