NEW! Watch ArgenChino Online!

Hi All!

Happy Year of the Dragon!  After many requests we’ve put ARGENCHINO online for your viewing pleasure.

  1. Simply click the DONATE button below and enter your donation amount.  Suggested donation for individuals begins at $20, but any amount is welcomed.  If you are interested in buying the film for your university and therefore granted unlimited public screening priveleges please contact us at as a separate fee will apply.
  2. You will then be sent a link to the film and a password.  HAPPY WATCHING!

Welcome Back! // ¡Bienvenido!


Welcome back to ARGENCHINO’s home!  We’ve recently moved things around to make the site easier to navigate.  Let us know what you think and Happy Year of the Rabbit! –Julia


¡Bienvenido a la pagina de ARGENCHINO!  Cambiamos algunas cosas para que sea mas facil navegar.  ¡Avisanos que piensa y feliz Ano del Conejo! –Julia

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ArgenChino featured in THE ARGENTIMES

Julia Reagan, director of ARGENCHINO was interviewed for English language Argentine newspaper, The Argentimes.  Here is an excerpt from the interview:

Julia Reagan, director of a ‘Argenchinos’, a documentary on the Chinese supermarkets in Buenos Aires, believes that cultural integration is still some distance away: “A common fear of many of the Argentines I spoke with was that the Chinese simply wanted to come to the country to open a business, make a quick profit and leave without ever paying taxes or really becoming part of the fabric of the country…

“After the economic collapse in 2001 many Argentines lost their small businesses and savings.  To see newly migrated immigrants open successful businesses around the city is a cause for jealousy and disdain, which is where many of the stereotypes were born.  So although the Chinese markets are successful because of their lower prices, they are resented.  To integrate economically is not to integrate in a social context, at least not yet.  So yes I agree they’ve integrated economically, but because of the resentment aspect it will be harder for them to be socially acceptable.”

Read the full article here

East Coast Screenings ~ APRIL 2010

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Argenchino will be in NY 4.3-4.12

~ The New Jersey Screening @ Montclair University is Thursday 4.8.2010 @ 1pm – University Hall #1070

~ Columbia:

~ Norwood:


….a todos quienes vinieron el 4 de marzo al Echo Park Film Center!

….to everyoe who came out March 4th to the Echo Park Film Center!

It was a great night, great Q+A  and special thanks to fellow filmmaker SAMMY LOREN who screened his movies as well!

NEXT SCREENING: APRIL 6th @ Columbia University

TOMORROW–Echo Park Screening!

Come see us tomorrow night!!  This is only the 2nd screening of ARGENCHINO in the LA area!  If you missed us last September, this is your chance!!

Echo Park Film Center presents…

2×2 — A night of documentaries from the Mindful Media Collective



Los Angeles, CA, 90026

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