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Nominated Monday for an International Digital Emmy Award, Alice Braga-starrer "Latitudes," a pioneering TV, Internet and feature film production, will be released Friday in Brazil by o2 Play, the new…
MADRID - Fernando Meirelles' "Nemesis," Colombian Andres Baiz's "Domestic Animals" and "Nobody is Watching," from Argentina's Julia Solomonoff, feature among ten projects to be pitched at the 31st…
When "City of God" premiered in 2002, directors Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund had no idea that their little film about violence in Rio de Janeiro's favelas (shanty towns) would find an audience…
Marcelo Gomes and Cao Guimaraes' "The Man of the Crowd, " Vicente Ferraz's "Road 47" and Paulo Morelli's "Sheep's Clothing" will world premiere at 2013 Rio de Janeiro Intl. Film Festival. All play…
Incentives, treaties, soft money and straight grants help producers raise money, ink pacts
Never before have the Directors Guild of America and the Academy slates differed so dramatically, with only Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" and Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" named on both lists.
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What goes "La Ronde" comes around in Fernando Meirelles' "360," a circular study of modern couplings.
The personal and mass chaos that would result if the human race lost its sense of vision is conveyed with diminished impact and an excess of stylish tics in "Blindness."
Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles returns to the Cannes film festival with opener "Blindness," his first film in competition, six years after his triumph with "City of God" in Critics' Week.