SAN SEBASTIAN – Argentina's INCAA Film Institute is putting into place new mechanisms – and strengthening established ones- aimed at maintain the country's robust rise in box office share – driven in…
Four films from Argentine helmers — Damian Szifron's "Wild Tales," Pablo Fendrik's "El Ardor," Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja," and Pablo Lerman's "Refugiado" — were selected for Cannes. Four more movies…
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain — Juan Martin Hsu’s feature debut “La Salada” has won San Sebastian Film Festival’s Films in Progress, which is one of the leading pix in post competitions for Latin American…
Following a massive response to its announcement of the Blood Window Latin American genre showcase, Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest movie market meet, will adds a work-in-progress strand and a…
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.
MADRID – It is not too surprising that Argentina on Monday was named for the Mipcom 2013 Country of Honor. Mipcom will be held in Cannes Oct. 7-10. In making the announcement, Mipcom execs cited the…
Firmly established as Latin America's premier film market, Ventana Sur is seeing international buyer attendance for its fourth edition tracking 40% up on 2011, Argentina's Incaa Film Institute…
Already benefitting from a movie co-production agreement, Italy and Argentina will extend the pact to TV, the countries' film authorities announced at Cannes.
Incaa, Argentina's National Film Institute, implemented on Tuesday a scaled tax on foreign films aimed at making it harder for wide Hollywood releases to crowd out local fare.
Cordoba, Argentina's second city, is living a film and TV revolution.
Hollywood pics might have a slightly tougher time in Argentina now that the country's Incaa Film Institute has beefed up exhibition regulations to protect local films.