Ten years ago, the Buenos Aires Intl. Independent Film Festival's Buenos Aires Lab was Latin America's first works-in-progress showcase, and now it's undergoing a radical reboot and expanding…
BUENOS AIRES -- "Infancia clandestina" (Clandestine Childhood), a youth love story set during a military dictatorship, got the nod Friday as Argentina's candidate for the foreign-language Oscar…
Already benefitting from a movie co-production agreement, Italy and Argentina will extend the pact to TV, the countries' film authorities announced at Cannes.
From the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego, filmmakers are finding better resources, friendlier governments and safer venues as they pursue their projects.
Israel's "Policeman" locked up the top prize at the 14th Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Film, which wrapped Sunday, April 22.
BUENOS AIRES -- The 14th Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film opens April 11 with debut helmer Armando Bo's local dramedy "El Ultimo Elvis" (The Last Elvis), about an impersonator.
Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has closed a rights deal with U.S. indie movie VOD site SnagFilms on a 10-pic package from Total Entertainment, the producer of a clutch of Brazilian B.O. hits.
Nicolas Batlle is a busy man, a good thing for any producer in Argentina, where 25% annual inflation and a tight broadcast market makes it hard to get by.
"Un Cuento chino" (Chinese Takeaway), a cross-culture buddy comedy with strong box office in Argentina and Spain, snared the 2011 Sur Award for film from the Argentine Film Arts and Sciences Academy.
Antarctic-set "La Nada blanca" and fraud thriller "Perfidia" proved standouts at Ven TV, a landmark two-day showcase for the first fruits of a revolution in Argentine public service TV.