People from Argentina, prepare your recorders.
Today, Canal Encuentro is going to broadcast 30 minutes of the Queen in Buenos Aires 1981 concert at 22:30 (UTC -3).
I hope that somebody can record it and share it here. It might contain high quality footage of the concert (video and audio), since Canal Encuentro is an educative channel from the government, and has access to Proyecto Prisma footage (link. Also it could have interesting interviews, about the context in which played Queen, the experience of the people and musicians here, etc.
Canal Encuentro also has their own website (link, they upload their programs to YouTube (link and they stream their channel online (link.
The only problem is that they sometimes don't have the rights to stream online some content. It could happen that the stream of the Queen documentary may be replaced by different content, and it maybe isn't uploaded to YouTube. That's why I want to somebody to record it from TV.
EDIT: It's a documentary, but it might contain some songs.
Don't get your hopes too high!
It's only a 26-minute mini-documentary made for Canal Encuentro's series 'Grandes Recitales' (which translates as 'Great Gigs'). It contains some (already seen) footage intercut with new interviews with local artists. It will be repeated during the week and then uploaded to the official site of this educational channel: link
You have to be registered (it's free) to download content.
thank you for the info
obviously, maybe they not have new footage, but I'm waiting to see some good quality shit, I mean they remastered some videos from the argentinian national historical archive, maybe we can see something good, I hope so
The documentary will be on Canal Encuentro's site next week. It's still broadcasting through this week.
Queen Argentina's videos are in YouTube since last week. Those are not related to this new documentary.
Obviously that Queen en Argentina is NOT the program broadcasted yesterday. How can the program be broadcasted yesterday and the upload date is 4 April? That is some fan made video, nothing more than that. And that's not even a documentary, It's just a 20min version of the concert.