Folk in Uruguay, Latin America's second-smallest country, have produced two World Cup champion teams, and now the country is rallying behind its film business.
Cannes is spotlighting six young Latin American directors in its first focus on yet-to-be-completed movies.
Fests should flock to "Forest," whose roots could penetrate Euro arthouse soil.
Helmer-scribe Francois Ozon's high-school thriller "In the House" won the Golden Shell for film on Saturday as the 60th San Sebastian's Film Festival came to a close.
Killer Films' Christine Vachon, the New York-based producer of multiple U.S. indie landmarks - Todd Haynes' "Safe," Larry Clark's "Kids" and Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" - will preside over the…
The contained atmosphere of a weekend family car trip becomes a site for subtle tensions that gradually affect the 10-year-old protag in Dominga Sotomayor's strong feature debut "Thursday Through…
Helmer Denise Cote brings a haunting mix of curiosity and compassion to his docu about Quebec's Parc Safari.
Continuing its hefty commitment to new Latin American talent, L.A.-based FiGa Films has inked worldwide rights on Chilean helmer Rodrigo Marin's "Zoologico."
The final days of a band of 1930s Christian rebels in the central Mexican wilderness are depicted with majestic stoicism in Matias Meyer's elegant ode to independence, "The Last Christeros."
Figa Films has taken world rights, including to North America, to Brasilia Film Festival hit "The Sky Above," a cutting-edge title from Brazil's surging regional cinema.