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…
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…
BUENOS AIRES — Pre-mart biz, attendance, sections, panels, events: the 5th Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest mart-meet, a joint venture of the Cannes Market and Argentina's INCAA Film Institute…
A selection of titles screening at Ventana Sur, most finished, a few works in progress, outside already announced selections for Primer Corte and Blood Window. Some may attach sales agents as Ventana…
Three films that home in on the psychology of characters, not splatfests – Jeremy Gardner's "The Battery," Yudai Yamaguchi's "Abductee" and Miguel Urrutia's "Wake Up and Die" – proved major winners…
Big media (Argentina's Grupo Clarin) lost out to big government (the country's interventionist President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner) in an Argentine Supreme Court ruling Monday.
PARIS – Lucia Puenzo's "Nine Minutes," Marcelo Figueras' "The Spy Through Time" and Guillermo Martinez's "Regarding Roderer" feature in "Fictions To Watch," a pioneering Argentine catalogue of…