SAN SEBASTIAN – Green-shoot or last stand? Over the last 12 months, as Spain's economy still hurts, its government has scoured the land from pillar to post for signs of recovery, start-up hothouse…
World Report: Uruguay
The Montreal World Film Festival announced its full slate of 432 films from around the globe on Tuesday, including 113 world or international feature preems. From the U.S. “The Red Robin” by Michael…
Sebastian Cordero's "Such Is Life in the Tropics," Luigi Forlani's "Silver Mountain" and Maximiliano Schonfeld's "The Black Frost" feature among 10 projects at the 5th Puentes Europe-Latin America…
The first Film Finance Forum in Latin America, slated Aug. 21 in Rio, will showcase panels that feature a Who’s Who in Latin America, Hollywood and Europe. Latin American panelists include Mundial…
Uruguay is getting more competitive in its bid to lure international film and TV shoots, helped by a 22% VAT exemptions for production services and international co-productions.
Folk in Uruguay, Latin America's second-smallest country, have produced two World Cup champion teams, and now the country is rallying behind its film business.
U.S. meddling in South American politics is starkly uncovered in "The Day That Lasted 21 Years," a painstakingly researched expose of the 1964 Brazilian military coup.
Uruguay has opted to send Rodrigo Pla's family drama "La Demora" (The Delay) to vie for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
Sectors of the biz are showing strong resilience despite the bad times
Latin American, U.S. influx add zest to fest.
Two socially-conscious mixed-media features - Anca Damian's "Crulic - The Path to Beyond" and Laurent Boileau and Jung Henin's "Approved For Adoption" - shared top honors Saturday at the 2012 Annecy…
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