CANNES — Mexico's second biggest all-time box office hit, "Nosotros Los Nobles" ("The Noble Family") will be remade for Colombia by leading local production company Dynamo Prods. with helmer/scribe…
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 cinephile's homage to '70s horror that's much in debt to the likes of de Palma's "Carrie" and Jess Franco, the distinctly oddball and deliberately divisive "Blind Alley" looks like an attempt by…
New York and Paris-based Urban Distribution Intl. has bought worldwide rights outside Latin America to one of the region's key titles in production in 2012: "Roa," from Colombia's Andi Baiz.
Phase 4 Films has picked up U.S. distribution rights to horror film "Blind Alley," the directorial debut of Spanish screenwriter Antonio Trashorras.
Four films that explore new business models for Spain
A look a Spanish filmmakers on the cusp of the big time
From the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego, filmmakers are finding better resources, friendlier governments and safer venues as they pursue their projects.
Colombian private equity fund Dynamo Capital has tapped Alejandra Guzman as its director of investments.
A look at companies on the Croisette, including Prescience Film Finance, Aramid, Dynamo Captial and Al-Noor Holdings
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