Peru for to be the center of Latin American 3D film production
According to Peruvian filmmaker Eduardo Schultz, Peru has the potential to become a Latin American center for the production of 3D animated films.
Schultz says that there is a “tremendous interest from other countries to develop their animation projects in Peru,” and he thinks that this is so because “Peru is very advanced in this kind of productions.”
The director of “The Dolphin: The story of a dreamer” recalled that four out of the five 3D movies produced in Latin America in in recent years were made in Peru: Pirates in Callao (2005), Dragons (2006), Valentino and the Can’s Clan (2008); and “The Dolphin” (2009).
The four films involved a total budget of about US. $4 million, reports daily El Comercio.
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