Years in the making, Juan Jose Campanella's animated movie "Foosball 3D," his follow-up to "The Secret of Their Eyes," is now being brought onto the market at Cannes, with Spain's Film Factory tying…
Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has acquired the remaining rights to "Los Inadaptados" (The Misfits), a Mexican dramedy that snared the audience award at the Guadalajara Film Festival.
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Argentina and Venezuela are creating a fund to co-produce six to eight features a year, a latest effort to broaden partnerships and distribution in Latin America.
France's "May They Rest in Revolt (Figures of Wars)" won the international competition at the 13th Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film, Argentina's biggest fest, which closed Sunday.
FilmSharks Intl. has sold several pics from its diverse slate to foreign buyers.
Daniel Burman, director of 2004 Berlin winner "Lost Embrace," is prepping romantic comedy "All In."
Buenos Aires' Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest film market, is opening up to TV content.
Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has acquired worldwide rights outside Scandinavia to Finnish pic "Hella W."
L.A.-based The Collective/Salient Media has taken all North American rights to Argentine Nicolas Goldbart's "Phase 7," sold worldwide by Berlin-based M-Appeal.
Argentina's state film board Incaa, a major source of financing for the country's 70-plus features a year, is now funding content for the Internet and TV as well as videogames.