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Home Interviews Brief Encounters Q+A: Alison Murray (Caprichosos de San Telmo)
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Written by Ivan Radford   
Sunday, 22 April 2012 12:53

British/Canadian director Alison Murray talks about the reaction in Argentina to her dance documentary, Caprichosos de San Telmo. (A full review of her colourful, captivating movie is here.)



For more on London's Argentine Film Festival, see the official site - or read our Argentine Film Festival reviews. Alternatively, check out our list of 5 films you should see at Argentine Film Festival London.


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