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More NEWS from #cannes la @semainecannes selects Brazilian Short Film “Pátio” by Ali Muritiba @ALYMURITIBA
The 52e Semaine de la Critique 2013 has announced the short films that will compete for the Discovery Award which will be awarded to one of the short films in Competition by the Jury.
Just one film will run in this category representing the Latin American Cinema with the Brazilian Short Film “Pátio” by Aly Muritiba. (more…)
Latest NEWS from #cannes la @semainecannes selects Argentine Film Los Dueños by Agustin Toscano & Ezequiel Radusky
The 52e Semaine de la Critique 2013 has announced the films that will compete for the Nespresso Grand Prize awarded to one of the seven feature films in Competition by the Jury.
Just one film will run in this category representing the Latin American Cinema with the Argentine Film Los Dueños by Agustin Toscano and Ezequiel Radusky. (more…)
Film Review: “Cerro Bayo” by María Soledad Montañez, the film will be showing at the @ARGFilmFest next week
Latam Film reviewer María Soledad Montañez writes about this Argentine Film that will be showing at The London Argentine Film Festival from next week.For tickets and full program find link below.
Cerro Bayo (Victoria Galardi, Argentina, 2010)
By María Soledad Montañez
From Carlos Sorín’s Minimal Stories and Bombon, the Dog to Pablo Trapero’s Born and Bred, or the more confusingly titled, Liverpool directed by Lisandro Alonso, the photogenic region of Patagonia has been widely portrayed in recent Argentinean film productions. Victoria Galardi follows the trend by setting a family drama that intertwines emotional and economic instability in her native town in Villa La Angostura. (more…)
Polvo by Julio Hernández Cordón @melindrosafilms triumphs in Toulouse @cinelatinofest Latin American Cinema France
The 25th Cinélatino Festival in Toulouse ended with the victory of Polvo by Julio Hernández Cordón (photo), coproduced with Guatemala and Chile by the Spanish company Tic Tac producciones. A Special Mention went to Las lágrimas, the first feature film by Mexican director Pablo Delgado Sánchez. (more…)
After its world premiere at Sundance and a visit to the Rotterdam festival, The future by Chilean director Alicia Scherson will be presented in its Italian premiere during the RIFF - Rome Independent Film Festival, which twelfth edition will be taking place in the capital, at the Nuovo Aquila cinema, on April 4-11. (more…)
The 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival (from May 15th to 26th, 2013) is fast approaching and we wonder which films Thierry Frémaux might choose.
The only news that we have received so far from this upcoming edition is that Steven Spielberg will be the Jury President, job that he accepted in principle two years ago declared Thierry Frémaux. “He was able to make himself available this year to be the new Jury President and when meeting him these last few weeks it has been obvious he’s excited about the job”.
Jane Campion is to head up the Cinéfondation and Short Film Jury of the 66th Festival de Cannes, a position held previously held by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Michel Gondry, Hou Hsiao Hsien, Martin Scorsese and John Boorman.
Here at Latam Film headquarters we couldn’t help ourselves to put together our predictions and we anticipate the following 20 films to be part of the future Cannes Film Festival line up, (more…)
Presented by HBO, NALIP will begin our 2013 Latino Writers Lab this March with seven Fellows selected to participate in the four-month professional development program. The lab will take place in Los Angeles for six days of skills training, readings, networking, and project mentoring. NALIP created the program ten years ago to help writers advance a project for sale, a script towards production, and their skills towards a career in (more…)
Around 100,000 visitors will descend upon Guadalajara like Viking hordes from March 1 to 9, eager to catch screenings of hundreds of movies, documentaries and short films at one of Latin America’s most important cinematic events, Guadalajara’s 28th International Film Festival (FICG28).
Adding some cool Scandinavian flavor to complement the Mexican heat will be this year’s special guests: the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
A showcase for Mexican and Ibero-American cinema, the FICG is organized by the University of Guadalajara (UdeG), the National Council for Culture and the Arts (Conaculta) and the Mexican Institute of Cinematography (Imcine). It serves as a venue for creative exchange between filmmakers, critics, academics and audiences, as well as a forum for industry insiders to negotiate distribution deals. (more…)
Since 1981, Sundance Institute has evolved to become an internationally-recognized nonprofit organization that actively advances the work of risk-taking storytellers worldwide. Originally founded by Robert Redford in the mountains of Sundance, Utah, Sundance Institute has always provided a space for independent artists to explore their stories free from commercial and political pressures. By providing year-round creative and financial support for the development of original stories for the screen and stage, Sundance Institute remains committed to its mission to discover and develop independent artists and audiences across the globe.
List of Latin American Films playing: (more…)
Guadalajara International Film Fest @FICGoficial OFFICIAL COMPETITION announced (Features+Documentary+Shorts)
Ibero American Feature Film
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