Launching in 2006, Colombia's Dynamo has rapidly grown into the biggest and best known of Colombian film-TV production, financing and services companies, the go-to company of choice for both…
Region builds up as a production power
Colombia unveiled a new film law in the summer in a bid to lure more international shoots. Under the legislation, better known as Film Law 2, foreign productions investing more than $500,000 in the…
Four films that explore new business models for Spain
Colombian private equity fund Dynamo Capital has tapped Alejandra Guzman as its director of investments.
Select list of international offerings at the Cannes Market
Colombia's Dynamo Capital is looking to create a $150 million-$200 million private equity fund to invest in Latin American film, TV and animation companies.
Most of the Latin American pics vying for a foreign-language Oscar nom this year are feature debuts, heralding a sea change sweeping through Latin America's film industries.
Fox Intl. Prods has boarded Colombian-Spanish psychological thriller "Bunker," which Columbian director Andi Baiz has begun lensing in Bogota.
Film sustains interest as an understated drama that always seems just one outburst away from terrifying.
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