Brazil's Cinema Agency (Ancine) and Brazil's Ministry of Foreign Relations announced a program aimed at boosting the presence of Brazilian pics in top international fests.
Brazil's pay TV sector continues to boom despite the country's economic slowdown with subscriber numbers up 27% on 2011 to 16.2 million at the end of December, according to the National…
Brazil's box office take jumped 15.6% to $802.9 million in 2012, the seventh consecutive year of growth, boosted by Hollywood pics.
Following the screening of more than 400 pics for over 300,000 paid movie-goers plus four nights of free, outdoors screenings on Copacabana Beach, Rio International Film Festival 2012 wrapped Tuesday…
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After half a century, classics-creating firm LC Barreto is still at the top of Brazilian TV and cinema.
Founders and their children remain active today
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Director-actor Selton Mello's "O palhaco" (The Clown), a Bananeira Filmes' production, is Brazil's representative in the Oscar's foreign language race.
BBC Worldwide, the U.K. pubcaster's commercial arm, announced programming sales to Mexico's TV Azteca and the pan-regional platform of DirecTV during the three-day BBC Showcase Latin America in Rio…
Hollywood pics are performing increasingly well in Brazil, compensating for the decline of local movies.
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