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…
The increasingly competitive world of Latin American film sales and distribution has gained another player: Mexico's Vendo Cine.
Focus Features' digital distribution initiative, Focus World, has added Cuban zombie comedy "Juan of the Dead" to its U.S. release slate.
Metrodome has taken U.K. rights and Fine Films has nabbed Japanese rights to Alejandro Brugues' "Juan of the Dead," Cuba's first zombie comedy.
John Sloss and Bart Walker's Cinetic Media has boarded Cuban Alejandro Brugues' zombie comedy "Juan de los muertos" (Juan of the Dead).
"The Sergeant Matacho," Colombian William Gonzalez's take on the consequences of armed conflict, topped Guadalajara Construye Wednesday, taking four nods.
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.
Mexico-based sales company Latinofusion has sold its Glauber Rocha Collection to Portugal's Midas.
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