Alejandro Fernandez Almendras' "To Kill a Man" and Isidora Marras' "R. Lorena" will screen at the Locarno Festival's third Carte Blanche, a pix-in-post section focusing this year on Chile. A change…
Chile's Forastero, producer of the Golden Globe-nommed "The Maid," is teaming with Frederic Corvez's Paris-based UDI to produce "Radiestesia" (Dowsing).
A divorced woman in her late 50s recaptures her life in Sebastian Lelio's pitch-perfect, terrifically written "Gloria."
Uruguay's Pablo Stoll, a darling of the art-pic crowd since 2001's Rotterdam Tiger-winning "25 Watts," is prepping a zombie movie, "The Summer Hit."
As their films snag prizes and sales worldwide, Latin America is turning to another battle: Conquering its own domestic movie market.
Chile's Forastero, the company behind Golden-Globe nommed "The Maid" and 2012 Rotterdam Fest winner "Thursday Through Sunday," is set to produce "Bird of Prey," the second film from Nayra Ilic…
Films bring Latin flavor to the French fest.
The rare feature to treat science seriously and respectfully, Sebastian Brahm's "Roman's Circuit" fascinates with its mix of actual and invented ideas on memory and neuroscience, but falls short as a…
Chile's Gregorio Gonzalez, producer of the Golden Globe nominated "The Maid," has unveiled two new productions at Toronto: thesp Alvaro Viguera's "Perez" and Isidora Marras' "R. Lorena."
Talent includes Miguel Cohan, Paula Cosenza, Gregorio Gonzalez, Hilda Hidalgo and Jaime Osorio.
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