SAN SEBASTIAN – Having just been acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films for U.S. distribution, Lucia Puenzo's Pyramide Intl.-sold "The German Doctor" (aka “Wakolda”) has also snagged Argentina's…
SAN SEBASTIAN – Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired all U.S. rights to psychological drama "The German Doctor," the third film from one of Latin America's best-known distaff helmers, Argentina's Lucia…
CANNES — Lucia Puenzo's psychological drama "Wakolda," which world premiered this week in Cannes' Un Certain Regard, is rolling out upbeat international sales, in another sign of an upturn in the…
Gentle, unhurried portrait of a middle-aged man somewhat clumsily trying to make amends doesn't have quite enough meat on its bones to become a breakout arthouse hit, but might be a catch for fests…
MADRID -- Argentina's Martin Mauregui, a co-scribe on Pablo Trapero "Lion's Den," "Carancho" and "White Elephant," is prepping his directorial debut, "1922."
Brian Lilla's documentary "Patagonia Rising" weighs the environmental and cultural impact of five massive hydroelectric dams proposed for Chile's Patagonia region.
Lucas N. Turturro's playful -- sometimes too playful -- docu feature debut will interest folklorists and cineastes drawn to oddball lost causes, with arts broadcasters likeliest to queue up.
Successfully combining simplicity and depth, "Mount Bayo" is a low-key portrait of a dysfunctional Patagonia family reacting to their matriarch's death.
Pic has a winning freshness culminating in a lovely sequence that captures the joys of connecting with a fellow spirit.
Unspools two parallel narratives connected only by a historical anomaly.
Rarely has war seemed more absurd than in "Mi mejor enemigo," Alex Bowen's broadly comic dramatization of a bizarre skirmish between Chilean and Argentinean soldiers in 1978, when their countries…