The first public film exhibition was by Francisco Pastos and Eustaquio
Pellier at the Colon Theater in Buenos Aires on July 28, 1896 using
a Lumiere projector and films.
The first film produced in Argentina was La Bandera Argentina in 1897.
The first feature film over 1 hour was Nobleza Gaucha in 1915.
The first 'talkie' was La Munequitas Portenas in 1931 using the Vitaphone system.
The first fiction movie with professional actors,
La revolucion de mayo (May Revolution), in 1910;
The first feature-length film, Amalia, in 1914;
The first big success, Nobleza Gaucha (Gaucho Nobleness; with a cost
of 25,000 pesos and box office collections for half a million in six
months, aside from bootleg copies) in 1915;
The first animation feature-length movie in the world, El apostol
(The Apostle), in 1917;
The first woman director in Latin America, in 1917.