Our online cinema platform offers a carefully curated selection of arthouse films, documentaries, experimental works, and author-driven films, along with exclusive films that Lumiton showcases as a producer at numerous national and international festivals in an itinerant manner. By presenting a variety of voices and perspectives, lumiton.ar promotes diversity and inclusion in the film industry, which is particularly important at a time when visibility is crucial for the world of art.
The Lumiton Archive is a crucial component of the project, focused on preserving heritage through a film library, photo library, media library, and library. In this section, you can explore the digitized objects and documents from the archive, which are freely and openly accessible.
It encompasses collections of audiovisual content produced by Lumiton for all kinds of audiences with the aim of promoting and disseminating artists through the recording of musical sets as well as theater and dance performances that have taken place at both Lumiton and Cine York venues. It also constitutes the living archive, meaning the record of all the work done by Usina.
Visit our complete calendar to stay informed about screenings at Cine York, as well as training workshops and other events at Lumiton. "Vecine Vecine" is a program that aims to bring cinema back to the big screen, with the iconic Cine York at its center. It's a celebration of neighborhood cinema as a communal space for reflection, emphasizing the importance of diverse narratives in achieving a broader view of the world.
The Lumiton Project began in 2015 with the aim of revitalizing Vicente López as a City of Cinema and Munro as an Audiovisual Hub. Its objective was to recover their history and identity, dating back to the 1930s when the "Locos de la Azotea" arrived with dreams of establishing Lumiton Studios in the Munro neighborhood—the country's first modern film studios.