Marc Beauchamps has exited top Brazilian indie distrib Lumiere to set up his own film company, which will start with a co-production with Moonshot Pictures.
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Warner Bros. Pictures International has snapped up Spanish and Latin American distribution rights to Guillermo del Toro's upcoming horror/fantasy drama "Pan's Labyrinth," slated to shoot in Spain in…
Sao Paolo, Brazil-based film company Life in the Tropics Entertainment (LITE) has launched a film development fund aimed at addressing the dearth of quality screenplays in Latin America.
Spurred by the success of Latino soaps -- telenovelas -- in Eastern Europe, buyers from this region have been snapping up Latino pics, especially ones starring telenovela thesps. Pics, however, only…
Venevision has taken all U.S. rights to Spanish thriller "Oculto" (Hidden), a genre-hopping revenge thriller helmed by emerging Spanish auteur Antonio Hernandez ("The City of No Limits").
The following Peruvian pics are showing as part of Cannes Tous les cinemas du monde on May 18 BAJO LA PIEL(Under the Skin) (1996) Headless murder victims found in a northern Peruvian hamlet seem to…
Chile has seen a steady growth in local pic production thanks to hefty political support and an uptick in private backing. "Even building contractors, real estate and supermarket businesses have been…
Mexico's golden boys Guillermo del Toro ("Hellboy") and Alfonso Cuaron ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban") are teaming up with long time collaborators/ producers Frida Torresblanco and…
Donald Ranvaud's shingle Buena Onda is in talks to make Puerto Rican films with the island's film fund managed by Luis Riefkohl.
It's being called the "Mexican Brown Bunny" -- by people who haven't seen it. It's creating buzz among hardcore film buffs who are talking up its audacity three days before its Sunday competition…
After a series of body blows to the international film financing biz, a clutch of new money players are spilling onto the Croisette. Their gameplans call for something appealing: They're actually…