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CANNES – Berlin double Silver Bear winner Daniel Burman ("The Lost Embrace"), one of the best-known directors in Latin America, has launched development-screenwriting company Burman Office, a major…
Few helmers today make comedies as consistently entertaining as Argentina's Daniel Burman, and "The Mystery of Happiness" is no exception.
RIO DE JANEIRO — Nixing – momentarily, at least – one of the most promising of new pan-Latin American production partnerships, Daniel Burman, director of Berlin Grand Jury Prize and Silver Bear…
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to later-life romantic comedy "The Mystery of Happiness," a Disney release in Argentina and the latest laffer from one of the best-known voices of the new…
Writer-director-producer Daniel Burman is more than a triple threat, he's a pioneer. His and partner Diego Dubcovsky's production company BD Cine's investment in second-screen technology as well as…
BUENOS AIRES – In a pre-emptive pounce before 2014's big first-quarter fests, Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks International has snapped up world sales rights to Daniel Burman's "The Mystery of…
Brazil's Total Filmes and Argentina's BD Cine have struck an ambitious alliance to co-produce films and TV for local and international markets.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- BD Cine and Rizoma, two driving forces behind new Argentine cinema, are teaming for the first time to produce "Open Air," helmed by Anahi Berneri ("Encarnacion," "It's Your Fault").
Already benefitting from a movie co-production agreement, Italy and Argentina will extend the pact to TV, the countries' film authorities announced at Cannes.
One could accuse Argentinian director Daniel Burman's latest comedy of being forced and artificial, but the concept of "All In" willfully incorporates these effects.