PARIS — “Look Up,” “Lost Wolves” and “Pirate of Love” were the standout projects at Paris Coproduction Village, the mini-market running alongside the Champs Elysees Film Festival. Showcasing 14…
San Sebastian's Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum — now in its second edition — has strengthened the fest's status as a key launchpad for Latin American arthouse film projects with crossover…
MADRID – Jason Gurvitz's Green Dog Films in L.A. and Diego Ramirez's Bogota/Cali-based 64A-Films are advancing on one of Latin America's biggest pushes to date into genre pic production, launching a…
BOGOTA – In the latest U.S.-Colombia production link-up, consolidating a building international production axis, Jason Gurvitz's Green Dog Films in L.A. and Diego Ramirez's Bogota/Cali-based…
Dominated by Caracol and RCN TV, Colombia's television duopoly can be credited with spurring the film production surge of the past decade as TV-trained talents applied their experience to bigscreen…
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Los Angeles and Mexico City-based Alex Garcia, Latin America's biggest indie movie producer-financier, is setting up Latam Distribution, focusing on Latin America and U.S. Hispanic distribution and…
Colombia's mid-1990s drug barons get the "Scarface" treatment in "The Snitch Cartel," a snazzy, fast-paced pic that's nonetheless somewhat enslaved by the get-rich-quick and crime-doesn't-pay cliches…
Latin American, U.S. influx add zest to fest.
Colombia's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has entered helmer Carlos Moreno's drug crime thriller "El Cartel de los sapos" (The Cartel of Snitches) in the foreign Oscar race.
An Antarctica-bound trumpeter, a painted horse, revolutionaries, cartels and Mexico's Ed Wood round out the country's hottest new pics