The Argentine Film Critics Association is a film critics association that gives out the Argentine Film Critics Association Awards to honor achievement in Argentine cinema by Argentine-based journalists and correspondents. In Spanish the association is named: Asociación de Cronistas Cinematrográficos de la Argentina. The association was organized on July 10, 1942 and the annual awards have been given since 1943, with breaks in between. The Argentine Film Critics Association is a member of the International Federation of Film Critics, also known as FIPRESCI. Contents 1 Silver Condor, 2 Awards, 3 Silver Condor winners, 4 References, 5 External links, Silver Condor: The Silver Condor (Cóndor de Plata) is given to Argentine films in various areas, the best Ibero-American film, and the best foreign film. A Special Condor is sometimes given, and the Career Condor is given on a regular basis. According to the Internet Movie Database the association has given awards the following years: 1943-1957, 1959-1974, 1981-1983, 1985-today. As of January 2007 the Secretary General of the association is Pablo De Vita. Awards: The awards given include: Best Film, Best Ibero-American Film, Best Foreign Film, Best First Film, Best Direction, Best Original Screenplay, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Acting (various), Best Production (sound, editing, etc.), Best Documentary, Best Film of Video, Best Short, Career Award (includes journalists), Silver Condor winners: Awards for Best Film Year Film Director 2013 Infancia clandestina (2012) Benjamín Ávila 2012 Las acacias (2011) Pablo Gioreglli 2011 Carancho (2010) Pablo Trapero 2010 El secreto de sus ojos (2009) Juan José Campanella 2009 Aniceto (2008) Leonardo Favio 2008 XXY (2007) Lucía Puenzo 2007 Crónica de una fuga (2006) Adrián Caetano 2006 El aura (2005) Fabián Bielinsky 2005 Roma (2004) Adolfo Aristarain 2004 Valentín (2002) Alejandro Agresti 2003 Historias mínimas (2002) Carlos Sorín 2002 El hijo de la novia (2001) Juan José Campanella 2001 Nueve reinas (2000) Fabián Bielinsky 2000 El mismo amor, la misma lluvia (1999) Juan José Campanella 1999 Pizza, birra, faso (1998) Bruno Stagnaro and Adrián Caetano 1998 Buenos Aires viceversa (1996) Alejandro Agresti 1997 Sol de otoño (1996) Eduardo Mignogna 1996 Casas de fuego (1995) Juan Bautista Stagnaro 1995 Cortázar (1994) Tristán Bauer 1994 Gatica, el mono (1993) Leonardo Favio 1993 Un lugar en el mundo (1992) Adolfo Aristarain 1992 Después de la tormenta (1991) Tristán Bauer 1991 Últimas imágenes del naufragio (1989) Eliseo Subiela 1990 La ciudad oculta (1989) Osvaldo Andéchaga 1989 Verónico Cruz: La deuda interna (1988) Miguel Pereira 1988 Hombre mirando al sudeste (1986) Eliseo Subiela 1987 El exilio de Gardel (Tangos) (1985) Fernando Solanas 1986 La historia oficial (1985) Luis Puenzo 1985 Darse cuenta (1984) Alejandro Doria 1983 Plata dulce (1982) Fernando Ayala 1982 Tiempo de revancha (1981) Adolfo Aristarain 1981 El infierno tan temido (1980) Raúl de la Torre 1974 Juan Moreira (drama) (1973), Las Venganzas de Beto Sánchez (comedy) (1973) Leonardo Favio, Héctor Olivera 1973 La maffia (1972) Leopoldo Torre Nilsson 1972 Nosotros los monos (drama) (1971), La valija (comedy) (1971) Edmund Valladares, Enrique Carreras 1971 Juan Lamaglia y señora (1970) Raúl de la Torre 1970 Don Segundo Sombra (1969) Manuel Antín 1969 Martín Fierro (1968) Leopoldo Torre Nilsson 1968 El Romance del Aniceto y la Francisca (1967) Leonardo Favio 1967 Del brazo y por la calle (1966) Enrique Carreras 1966 Crónica de un niño solo (1965) Leonardo Favio 1965 Los evadidos (1964) Enrique Carreras 1964 Paula cautiva (1963) Fernando Ayala 1963 Los Jóvenes viejos (1962) Rodolfo Khun 1962 Alias Gardelito (1961) Lautaro Murúa 1961 Shunko (1960) Lautaro Murúa 1960 La caída (1959) Leopoldo Torre Nilsson 1959 El jefe (1958) Fernando Ayala 1957 Los tallos amargos (1956) Fernando Ayala 1956 La Quintrala (1955) Hugo del Carril 1955 Barrio gris (1954) Mario Soffici 1954 Caballito criollo (1953) Ralph Pappier 1953 Las aguas bajan turbias (1952) Hugo del Carril 1952 Los isleros (1951) Lucas Demare 1951 Escuela de campeones (1950) Ralph Pappier 1950 Almafuerte (1949) Luis César Amadori 1949 Dios se lo pague (1948) Luis César Amadori 1948 Albéniz (1947) Luis César Amadori 1947 Celos (1946) Mario Soffici 1946 La dama duende (1945) Luis Saslavsky 1945 Su mejor alumno (1944) Lucas Demare 1944 Juvenilia (1943) Augusto César Vatteone 1943 La guerra gaucha (1942) Lucas Demare

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