Jayro Bustamante's debut "Ixcanul," the flagship of a burgeoning Guatemalan cinema, continued its triumphant festival march, winning Official Fiction Competition best picture at Colombia's 55th…
Argentine Francisco Varone's road movie "Camino a La Paz' (Road to La Paz) and Colombia's Emilce Quevedo Diaz's "Nosotras" (pictured) shared the 55th Cartagena Festival's inaugural PuertoLab prize…
MADRID — The market premiere of Ruben Mendoza's "Dust on the Tongue," hip-hop drama "Buenaventura Mon Amour" and upcoming projects from multiple top Colombian helmers – Ciro Guerra, Victor Gaviria…
Since a new film law took effect in January, Colombia has emerged as the go-to location for a growing number of international filmmakers.
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Brit helmer Peter Webber ("Girl With a Pearl Earring"), whose latest pic "Emperor" will be released by Roadside Attractions Friday Stateside, is prepping two Spanish-language projects to shoot in…
MEXICO CITY — Paul Schrader and fellow jury members Raoul Peck and U.S. distributor Nancy Gerstman named Miguel Gomes' "Tabu" best pic at Colombia's 53rd Cartagena Festival, which wrapped its…
Memento Films Intl. and its art film label Artscope have sold Alejandro Fadel's Cannes Critics' Week prize-winner "The Wild Ones" to Independencia in France.
New projects from Colombia's creative leaders
"Cartagena" is several notches above a disease-of-the-week telepic, but several notches below an elevating tale of transforming love.
The sixth Morelia Film Festival, Mexico's showcase for new and emerging filmmakers, is growing in scale with 85 pics in competition, up 10% on 2007.