Eris Mathis' Miami-based Ondamax Films, one of the U.S.' few specialist Latin-American pic sales companies, has clinched a raft of sales with pay TV operators in and outside the U.S.
Peru is sending Rosario Garcia Montera's feature debut "Las malas intenciones" (The Bad Intentions) to vie for a foreign language Oscar.
A strong male lead and a keen sense for making the most out of a single location help make "Expecting" worth more than cursory a view.
BUENOS AIRES -- Eric Mathis' Miami-based Ondamax Films has swooped in to take international sales rights on "La sublevacion" (The Uprising), cashing in on Brazil's building roster of Spanish-language…
Select list of international offerings at the Cannes Market
Films screening at Ventana Sur include "A Cursed Summer," "Baby Shower," "Lope," and "October."
The increase in polished, low-budget films has never more apparent than at the 43rd Sitges Festival, which could have invented an extra prize this year for micro-budget productions.
Fledgling Miami-based sales and production company Ondamax Films, sister shingle Buena Onda Americas and Bolivian producer Prodecine have jointly launched a network of 50 digital screens in Bolivia.
Acquiring its first English-language fiction film, new Miami-based production and sales company Ondamax Films has taken international rights to Brian Petersen's "Coyote," a cross-border drama turning…
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