Ajimolido Films is an audiovisual production company funded by the producer Alejandro Israel in 2008. Its main objective is to develop and carry out cinematographic and television projects of the highest quality, bringing together artistic and authorial with commercial expertise and aiming at national and international markets taking a high stake in multiple diverse co-productions and working both with new talents as well as renowned directors with track record.
Film by Paula de Luque. Coproduction with Barakacine
Documentary film directed by Daniel Casabe and Edgardo Dieleke. Official competition Mar del Plata and Havana Film Festivals 2012. Broadcasted by INCAA TV as emblematic film in April 2nd, 2013. Released in Argentina in July 2014.
Film by Néstor Montalbano. Coproduction with Barakacine. Starring Diego Capusotto and Luis Luque. Released in Argentina in August 2010, with more than 130 thousand viewers in commercial cinemas. Within the top 10 nationally in 2010.
Coproduction with Sombumbo Films (Brasil) and Movimiento Audiovisual (Argentina). Winner project of the Edital Ancine-INCAA fund 2015. Premiere in 2017.
Film by Natural Arpajou. Fiction First Work. Currently in development.
Documentary in coproduction with Panama, with the support of INCAA and Ibermedia. World premiere at IDFA, Amsterdam in November 2010. Released in Argentina in August 2011.
Coproduction with Wanka Cine (Argentina) and Triciclo Films (Chile). Ibermedia Fund of coproduction 2016. Winner of LAHAYE Price at the BAFICI (Buenos Aires International Film Festival) 2016. World premiere at the 65° Film Festival of San Sebastián.
Documental by Abner Benaim, coproduction with Apertura Films (Panamá). Selected for representing Panamá at the Oscars 2014.
“We are facing one of the funniest bets Argentine cinema has made in years. There is no way to establish a thematic line in the film that fits it with a similar story. Birds Flying is unique in its eagerness to generate so much delirium always with justification, with reason. It is not the delirium for the delirium itself but it has in its essence a halo of social criticism”Escribiendocine.com
Rigorous, at times arid as the geography of the place, Winter is a film built with intelligence, conviction and talent that transports us to a world with its own rules, almost outside these modern times.Diego Battle - Otroscines.com
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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