Talent includes Miguel Cohan, Paula Cosenza, Gregorio Gonzalez, Hilda Hidalgo and Jaime Osorio.
Films screening at Ventana Sur include "A Cursed Summer," "Baby Shower," "Lope," and "October."
Buenos Aires's Expotoons, a Ventana Sur sister event, holds its fourth edition this year with a beefed-up market geared at bringing more foreign co-production and sales deals to Latin America's young…
Last year, at the first Ventana Sur mart for Latin American movies, organizers expected 500-600 participants.
U.S. and Germany-based D Street Media Group has acquired Argentine film production and sales company Americine as the distribution and production house pushes into Latin America.
Argentina has launched a digital TV feed for state and private feevees delivered for free via satellite connections, a $2 billion effort aimed at widening access to information.
Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere" will open Argentina's 25th Mar del Plata Film Festival, Latin America's only Fiapf category A fest, on Nov. 13, playing out of competition.
Argentine director is betting on Argentine and Spanish talent to help his first animated film.
Argentine noir thriller "Carancho" will rep the country in the foreign-language Oscar race, and the second time that director Pablo Trapero has a movie in the hunt.
FilmSharks Intl., an international film sales company out of Latin America, is opening foreign beachheads to snare bigger titles and sell more.
Time Warner has agreed to buy Chilevision, a leading television broadcaster, from Chilean President Sebastian Pinera.