Many Latin American filmmakers are raising their game with higher budgets and bigger ambitions driving new films and cinematic ventures.
BUENOS AIRES -- Javier Krause is fast building an international sales catalog, taking on films in Argentina and elsewhere with breakout potential but off the mainstream radar.
Fernando Spiner's "Aballay," Carlos Sorin's "The Cat Vanishes" and Andres Wood's "Violeta Went to Heaven" will play in Ventana Sur's screenings lineup.
Italian distrib One Movie has secured rights to Spanish comedy franchise "Torrente."
BUENOS AIRES - Argentine telenovela vet Yair Dori has launched a production and sales company in Argentina, returning to the business after selling his interest five years ago in Dori Media Group…
Argentina's Santiago Mitre is preparing his second directorial outing, political thriller "La llanura" (The Plain).
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BUENOS AIRES -- Argentine helmer Milagros Mumenthaler's freshman film "Abrir puertas y ventanas" (Back to Stay) scooped the Silver Astor at the Mar del Plata Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
With rising costs in Argentina, film finance hard to secure and auds flocking to Hollywood fare, local producers are not only turning to their Latin American neighbors for coin but also selling…
BUENOS AIRES -- Argentina's Haddock Films, which co-produced "The Secret in Their Eyes," is partnering with Brazil's Urca Films on the comedy "Happy Hour," the latest tie-up in the region.
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