A documentary about the making of L'argent, the epic silent film directed by Marcel L'Herbier. The film shows the details of many of the more complicated moving camera shots.
From crippling payday loans to cars that cheat emissions tests, this investigative series exposes brazen acts of corporate greed and corruption.
Two ambitious vice presidents become rivals when an imminent board room vacancy arises.
Argento Soma is a 25-episode anime TV series that aired on TV Tokyo from October 6, 2000, to March 22, 2001. Episode 26, "Alone and by myself", was released direct-to-video.
Talento Argentino is a program of television show, in Telefé channel led by Mariano Peluffo. It is based on English TV format Got Talent, which takes place simultaneously in other countries such as Britain's Got Talent in Great Britain, America's Got Talent in the United States or Got Talent, the Spanish version. The consists of 3 jurors responsible for selecting people with certain talents, of which the winner will chosen by the public.
Gran Hermano is a reality television program produced by Endemol hosted by Jorge Rial, taking over Soledad Silveyra after hosting the first three seasons. It's Argentina's version of the Big Brother franchise on Telefe. It first aired on March 10, 2001. It has had six editions and one VIP/Celebrity season with the seventh regular edition currently underway after a three-year break.
El Gen Argentino was an Argentine television programme aired on Telefe to determine who the public considered "the greatest Argentine in history". Premiered on 27 August 2007, it was a spin-off of the 2002 100 Greatest Britons series produced by the BBC. The Top 10 were announced on launch night, with almost 350,000 votes cast. In subsequent episodes, two candidates were chosen via an Internet vote for each of the five categories: sports, popular culture and journalism, 19th century politics, 20th century politics, and arts, sciences and humanities. On the last airing of the show, one personality among them was declared the winner.
'Gli incubi di Dario Argento' is a TV series created for Rai's TV program “Giallo” by Enzo Tortora. It is a mini-TV series and the episodes have a duration of approximately 3 minutes each. Among various episodes, Nostalgia Punk has emerged following the criticism raised by the audience after it was broadcast, due to the violent scenes, ending with a reference to Dario Argento.
Algo habrán hecho is a documentary film for television that narrates the history of Argentina. It was created by the argentine historian Felipe Pigna, who acted as presenter. In the first two seasons Mario Pergolini was a co-presenter of it, but after giving up on all works on television his role in the documentary was taken by Juan Di Natale. Di Natale and Pergolini were by that time co-presenters of the talk show Caiga quien caiga. Di Natale pointed that he wasn't meant to act as if he was Pergolini, but the script writers wrote instead the scripts based on his own personality. The first season, aired in 2005 on Canal 13, narrates the history of Argentina from the british invasions of the Río de la Plata to the fall of Juan Manuel de Rosas during the Battle of Caseros. The second season, aired in 2006 on Telefé, resumes the narration from that point and continues up to the suicide of Leandro N. Alem in 1896. The third one, aired in 2008 on Telefé, resumes as well from the end of previous season and ends with the meeting of Juan Domingo Perón and Eva Duarte at the Luna Park during a fund-raising to help after the San Juan earthquake.
Door into Darkness was an Italian horror television series conceived by Dario Argento. It consisted of four one-hour episodes and played on the Italian station RAI.