RIO DE JANEIRO — The Americas Film Conservancy (AFC), a Los Angeles-based foundation, has teamed with Rio de Janeiro's Latin American Training Center (LATC) to publish "Latin American Cinema Today…
Violeta Went To Heaven
Frank Mannion's Swipe Films has inked world sales rights to Chilean Sebastian Sepulveda's "The Quispe Sisters," which world premieres today at Venice's 28th Critics' Week. A U.K.-based…
BOGOTA – Thierry Lenouvel's Paris-based Cine-Sud Promotion, one of Europe's most prolific co-producers with Latin America, is spreading his net ever wider, co-producing Brazilian Chicho Teixeira's…
Having co-produced Sundance Festival Jury Prize winner "Violeta Went to Heaven," Brazil's Bossa Nova Films and Chile's Wood Prods. are re-teaming on "The Santo Amaro Circus."
"Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Women Aren't Funny," "Middle of Nowhere" and "Granny's Got Game" accent the Athena Film Festival's narrative, docu and short film lineup.
CANNES -- Korean director Im Sang-soo, whose "The Taste of Money" bows Saturday in Cannes competition, looks set to see his 2010 competition player "The Housemaid" become a Brazilian TV series and…
Spanish pics selected for Cannes or being moved on the Riviera
Films bring Latin flavor to the French fest.
Tom Gustafson's "Mariachi Gringo" took the top Mexican feature prize at the 27th Guadalajara Film Festival on Saturday evening, a surprising choice given the strong competition from Rodrigo Pla's…
Guadalajara, Mexico -- Tom Gustafson's "Mariachi Gringo" took the top Mexican feature prize at the 27th Guadalajara Film Festival on Saturday evening, ending a fest marred by Friday morning's…
The snow had melted by Wednesday at the European Film Market and so had the heat on the marketplace but it's clear that certain trends had emerged.
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