RIO DE JANEIRO – Adding to the growing cannon of feature films and TV shows being put into development in time for Brazil's 2016 Olympics, London-based Embargo Films has attached Brit screenwriter…
Writer-director Paulo Morelli set off with quite the location challenge with "Entre Nos" (Sheep's Clothing), premiering in Premiere Brazil at this week's Rio de Janeiro's Festival. He wanted to shoot…
New faces behind the films and fresh stories on the screen have reinvigorated the Korean film business.
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Returning to the RioMarket and Festival after a hiatus of 20 years, film marketing specialist John Durie held a series of workshops with local Brazilian producers. The theme of the events were based…
SAN SEBASTIAN — The state of Latin America's film industry is not what it was. No, señor: Compared to even just a decade back, most ways you take it, it's now much better. From Monday thru Wednesday…
MADRID – Uruguay's Gustavo Hernandez ("La casa muda"), Cuba's Alejandro Brugues ("Juan of the Dead") Mexico's Jorge Michel Grau ("Somos lo que hay") Colombia's 64A-Films ("All Your Dead Ones") and…
There was no way Warner Bros. was going to let its enormously productive relationship with J.K. Rowling go when the Harry Potter movies ended, and Thursday’s announcement of a new series of…
Alternative game platforms are continuing to grow in France, while the physical vidgame market shows a steady decline, and French games are taking the biggest hit.
Robert Rodriguez's "Machete Kills" will have its world premiere on Sept. 19 as the opening night film for Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.
Pushing a growing export asset for the region, Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest film market, will add a genre pic mart, Blood Window, to its 5th edition, which unspools in Buenos Aires Dec.3-6.
Marcos Scherer — CEO of Brazil's Imagem Filmes, a big distributor in an ever bigger market — hunkers down to work each morning in Florianopolis.