Market research is still a relatively new concept in much of Latin America. One exception is Brazil -- a relatively mature market that churns out some 100 local pics every year -- where prerelease…
Anna Marie de la Fuente
The Berlin Film Festival often celebrates Latin American artistic excellence, but this year, financial clout was also on the program
Change is afoot at Colombia's 51st Cartagena Film Festival as its new director, Monica Wagenberg, takes over the reins.
Chile's Ceneca, France's JBA Prod. and Germany's Hanfgarn & Ufer Filmproduktion are teaming to produce "Carne de perro" (Dog Flesh), a product of the latest Cannes Festival Cinefondation Residence.
Los Angeles-based Latino studio Maya Entertainment has picked up international rights to Marc Erlbaum's feature debut "Café."
Colombia's Dynamo Capital is looking to create a $150 million-$200 million private equity fund to invest in Latin American film, TV and animation companies.
L.A.-based Latino studio Maya Entertainment has snagged international rights to "La Mission" by helmer-scribe Peter Bratt.
Azteca America has upped chief operations officer Martin Breidsprecher to CEO.
Film funds have been sprouting up across Latin America, contributing to a vibrant film biz in the region.
LA.-based helmer Diego Velasco's "Zero Hour" has cleared unusual hurdles in the race to become Venezuela's all-time B.O. champ.
A group of Chilean filmmakers and investors are pooling resources to create the country's first private equity film fund.
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