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Announcement of Pinewood Indomina Studios covering the growing Caribbean, South and Central American Markets
The Company has entered into a long term agreement with the Indomina Group, an investment managed by VICINI, a leading asset management company with investments in food and beverages, retail, energy, finance, tourism and real estate in the Caribbean and Central America. The agreement is for the operation of new film and television studios to be built in the Dominican Republic. Pinewood will receive annual fees for its sales and management services and an equity participation which accrues over time from 2013. The construction will be funded by the Indomina Group. This new venture, ‘Pinewood Indomina Studios’ is expected to commence initial operations in 2012.
The state of the art film and television production facilities will initially comprise 5,000 sq m of sound (more…)
The event is part of the official calendar of the city of Itamaracá ANCINE and is recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Audiovisual Department, APEX and local governments as a real platform for communication between business and media, professionals and companies investing in audiovisual. The competitive exhibition will be held in downtown preservation of Manatee with short and long competing for prize Xiquito In the central plaza of the Pillar and will appear at Fort Orange recent film productions of great public and critical success, besides the show. The MarketPlace, with panel discussions and business meetings (more…)
A very successful Mexican romantic comedy returns, literary, to San Diego.
The film Regresa (Return), which had its world premiere at the San Diego Latino Film Festival in March, will run as part of the newest Cinema en tu idioma series from August 13 through 19 at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center.
Regresa is fantasy romantic comedy, starring Jaime Camil and Blanca Soto, where a woman who is ignored by her husband attends hypnosis therapy, only to return from her hypnotic trip believing she’s a Basque princess from the 15th century. (more…)