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Polvo by Julio Hernández Cordón ‏@melindrosafilms triumphs in Toulouse @cinelatinofest Latin American Cinema France

Polvo by Julio Hernández CordónThe 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…)

27/03/2013 at 4:50 pm Leave a comment

Tomorrow the @FilmLinc celebrates Brazilian culture with screening of 5 shorts by artist from the favelas

5x Favela Now by Ourselves

Brazilian culture is so much more than soccer and Samba, and Brazilian cinema in particular has long gone tragically overlooked.
It’s for this reason that we are excited to partner with ImageNation on Thursday, December 6 for a celebration of the diversity of Brazilian art, aptly titled Celebrate Brazil. This exciting event features a live performance by innovative singer-songwriter Beatriz Azevedo, a exhibition of photos and video work by Andre Cypriano, Cannon Hersey and Nefertiti Strong, and a screening of Cannes Film Festival selection 5x Favela: Now by Ourselves, which comprises five short films written, directed, and acted by promising artists from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro.
Despite the breakout success of City of God in 2002, Brazilian cinema is largely unknown to American audiences. The film—exotic, dangerous, colorful—speaks to a certain image that Brazil holds in the collective imagination, but rather than the “definitive” Brazilian film, it is merely one point of entry to the country’s vast and rich filmography. For experimental cinema, try Cinema Novo, an influential new wave that arose in the 60s and 70s that included notable directors Glauber Rocha, Carlos Diegues and Nelson Pereira dos Santos. On the other end of the artistic spectrum are the B-grade chanchada softcore porn comedies that (more…)

05/12/2012 at 5:39 pm Leave a comment

Latin American Films playing at the ‪@BFI‬ London Film Festival (Mexico full list)

After Lucia
Después de Lucía
Director-Screenwriter Michel Franco
Producer Michel Franco, Marco Polo Constandse, Elias Menassé, Fernando Rovzar
With Tessa Ia, Hernán Mendoza, Gonzálo Vega Sisto
Mexico 2012
102 mins

A harrowing and all too believable film looking at the relationship between a father and daughter.
For trailer, times and tickets click here. (more…)

11/10/2012 at 6:11 pm 1 comment

Latin American Films playing at the ‪@BFI‬ London Film Festival (Colombia)

La Sirga

Director-Screenwriter William Vega
Producer Oscar Ruiz Navia, Diana Bustamante
With Joghis Arias, Julio César Roble, David Fernando Guacas
Colombia-France-Mexico 2012
89 mins

William Vega’s debut feature is an intense, elliptical drama that develops in a wildly evocative setting.
For trailer, times and tickets click here (more…)

11/10/2012 at 5:37 pm 2 comments

Latin American Films playing at the ‪@BFI‬ London Film Festival (Brazil full list)

The Great Kilapy
O Grande Kilapy
Director Zézé Gamboa
Producer Fernando Vendrell
Screenwriter Luís Carlos Patraquim, Luís Alvarães
With Lázaro Ramos, João Lagarto, Pedro Hossi
Portugal-Brazil-Angola 2012
102 mins

Angolan filmmaker Zézé Gamboa offers a quirky political observation of the lives and passions of flawed characters set in Luanda and Lisbon.
For trailer, times and tickets click here. (more…)

11/10/2012 at 4:55 pm 4 comments

Latin American Films playing at the ‪@BFI‬ London Film Festival (Argentina full list)


Director Pablo Stoll Ward
Producer Fernando Epstein, Agustina Chiarino
Screenwriter Gonzalo Delgado Galiana, Pablo Stoll Ward
With Humberto de Vargas, Sara Bessio, Anaclara Ferreyra Palfy
Uruguay-Argentina-Germany-Chile 2012
119 mins

Uruguayan director Pablo Stoll crafts a stylish, droll tale of a dysfunctional family who can’t be honest about what they want.
For trailer, times and tickets click here. (more…)

11/10/2012 at 4:30 pm 5 comments

Alejandro A. Riera, of the Chicago Latino Film Festival, on giving Latin American cinema the respect it deserves

As we celebrate our third year with GFI, Global Lens Series Manager Jeremy Quist asked me to reflect on the state of Latin American film distribution in the United States. And the more I thought about the subject, I found myself asking: When will Latin American cinema get the respect it deserves?
Yes, our cinema has an illustrious history that dates back to the silent era and includes such high points as the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema; the rise of Brazil’s Cinema Novo movement in the 50s and 60s; the emergence of post-Revolutionary Cuban cinema in the 60s and 70s; and, more recently, what some critics describe as the “New Argentinean Cinema.” And yet, even when countries such as Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela — not exactly film production powerhouses — are coming out with powerfully moving visual (more…)

27/04/2012 at 10:18 am Leave a comment

6 Latin American Films Participate in Films in Progress 21 at the Rencontres Cinémas d’Amérique Latine in Toulouse

Six films from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay participated in the 21st edition of Films in Progress at the Rencontres Cinémas d’Amérique Latine in Toulouse, jointly organized with the San Sebastian Festival. The second part of this twice yearly rendezvous will take the shape of Films in Progress 22 at San Sebastian this coming September. A total of 118 films were received for Films in Progress 21.
The films are: (more…)

27/04/2012 at 9:46 am Leave a comment

“IncaaTV”, channel dedicated to Argentine cinema

Digital television arrived to the Argentine cinema, with the new channel IncaaTV, which will be devoted exclusively to national and Latin American cinema.

The Government seeks to give a place to culture on television. The presentation will be made by Cristina Kirchner at the Olivos residence, where she will announce the channel. It will be presented at 12 pm, in the convention hall of the residence of Olivos.

The new channel devoted to national and Latin American films, will broadcast through a digital signal a little of everything. The proposal adds to the already created for example for the younger children like Paka – Paka or to give a place to the music of Argentina like Sonar TV.

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28/12/2010 at 8:59 am Leave a comment

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