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.
The 4th edition of Ventana Sur, which wrapped Monday in Buenos Aires, looks likely to be viewed as a milestone.
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").
TAULL, Spain -- Colombian Carlos Moreno's "Que viva la musica!," Peruvian Javier Fuentes-Leon's "The Vanished Elephant" and Argentinean Ana Katz's "Mi amiga del parque" are among 17 projects selected…
With rising costs in Argentina, film finance hard to secure and auds flocking to Hollywood fare, local producers are not only turning to their Latin American neighbors for coin but also selling…
Daniel Burman, director of 2004 Berlin winner "Lost Embrace," is prepping romantic comedy "All In."
Argentina's humming film factory is churning out diverse drama, comedies, thrillers and animated pics - many of them with strong fest potential and box-office promise.
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