SAN SEBASTIAN - Argentina's INCAA Film Institute is putting into place new mechanisms – and strengthening established ones- aimed at maintain the country's robust rise in box office share – driven in…
MADRID - In the hurly-burly of Toronto and the build-up to San Sebastian, Madrid-based Latido Films has acquired world sales rights to Juan Martin Hsu's "La Salada," a patchwork narrative tale of…
There's more dialogue in the first reel of Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja" than in all four of the young Argentinian director's prior narrative features combined.
Four films from Argentine helmers — Damian Szifron's "Wild Tales," Pablo Fendrik's "El Ardor," Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja," and Pablo Lerman's "Refugiado" — were selected for Cannes. Four more movies…
In Latin America, the combination of muscular government funding, the boom in pay TV households and ironically, lack of stars, is pushing regional filmmakers to try more genres and create original…
The Buenos Aires Intl. Independent Film Festival -- Bafici -- marks South America's biggest indie arthouse movie meet, and a springboard for new Argentine film talent. The 2014 edition, which runs…
ROME – Italy's Taormina Film Festival is forging closer ties with Argentina's Pantalla Pinamar fest, in an effort to strengthen the existing axis between the Italian and Argentinian film industries…
Celina Murga's exquisite feel for small-town life, and of the private worlds inhabited by children and adolescents, is on full display in "The Third Side of the River."
Benjamin Naishtat never explicitly reveals what is making his characters so uncomfortable in this tense sociological thriller.
MADRID - Underscoring the vitality of the brand, plus perceived merchandising opportunities in Latin America's burgeoning pre-school market, Entertainment One (eOne) has re-upped with Discovery Kids…