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…
Argentina's Alfredo Federico has launched Rome-based 39 Films to forge production bridges between Europe and Latin America.
Spain's Mapfre is launching the first Mapfre Foundation 4 + 1 Film Festival, to simulscreen in Buenos Aires, Bogota, Mexico City, Sao Paulo and Madrid.
Eduardo Costantini's Buenos Aires-based Costa Films has expanded into Brazil, linking with Vania Catani's Bananeira Filmes in Rio de Janeiro.
Mexico's Alex Garcia has taken a minority stake in Argentina's Costa Films, helping to build one of Latin America's first pan-regional film production companies.
One-note celebration of violence-for-good that plays like a recruitment film for fascist thugs.
The movie "Elite Squad," Costantini's first production, was heavily pirated yet still went on to gross $3.8 million in the 10 days after its Oct. 5 release. Those numbers made it one of the biggest…
The Weinstein Co. is forming a Latin American film fund with Argentine entrepreneur and arts patron Eduardo Costantini Jr. Fund will financially back the production and acquisition of about 14 Latin…
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