"18-J" is a 2004 Argentine docudrama film. The motion picture is a collection of ten, ten-minute shorts, by ten Argentine directors. The film focuses on the July 18, 1994 bombing of the AMIA Building in Buenos Aires, where 86 people were killed and 300 others wounded. The perpetrators were never caught. AMIA is the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, a charity, and the attack is considered the largest single incident of terrorism against Jews since World War II.
- country: Argentina
- language: Spanish Language
- directors: Alberto Lecchi, Adrián Suar, Alejandro Doria, Adrián Caetano, Daniel Burman & Juan Bautista Stagnaro
- producer: Diego Dubcovsky
- starring: Norma Aleandro
- genres: Indie film, Docudrama, Drama