GUADALAJARA - Already paying significantly more for mainstream indie titles, Brazil is beginning to open up to arthouse movies as well.
Berlin-based M-Appeal has taken international rights to Venezuela foreign-language Oscar candidate "Hermano" (Brother).
Music Box Films has acquired U.S. rights to the Venezuelan sports and urban crime drama "Hermano" and plans a late spring release.
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