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"We don't have Angelina Jolie on the red carpet. In fact, we don't even have a red carpet. It's not IDFA." After 30 years at... [Read More]
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"Escape to India," produced by Juan José Campanella, "Noah's Ark," whose producers include Walter Salles, and Inzomnia Animation's "Inzomnia" are some of the projects included... [Read More]
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Michael Dudok de Wit's "The Red Turtle," "The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales," directed by Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert, and Claude Barras' "My... [Read More]
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German high-concept crime series "The Last Cop" ("Der Letzte Bulle") is getting a Spanish-language version. Re-titled "Falco," the new series kicked off principal photography in... [Read More]
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The 4th MipCancun unspooled Nov. 15-17 in the Sunrise quarter of a beachside hotel. That name could stand metaphor for the Latin America's independent TV... [Read More]
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Brazil's "Piripkura" has won the Amsterdam Human Rights Award at this year's International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA). The award comes with a cash prize... [Read More]
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As IDFA turns 30, its partners at the Bertha Fund are quietly celebrating its 20th, capping this milestone year by taking the festival opening night... [Read More]
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Test screenings are a tricky business at the best of times, but when the subjects of Håvard Bustnes's documentary sat down to watch their big-screen... [Read More]
In its final stop before a Nov. 23 domestic theatrical release in Colombia, "Miss María, Skirting the Mountain" will screen four times at the International... [Read More]
International sales agent and distributor FiGa Films have signed on to represent Brazilian documentary "Building Bridges," an Official Selection player at this year's International Documentary... [Read More]
A harrowing journey across the high seas comes to life in "Container," an ambitious cross-media project being pitched at IDFA Forum this year. Directed by... [Read More]
As IDFA turns 30, its organizers didn't have to try too hard to pull in the big guns for a sidebar they called The Visual... [Read More]
In today's International Newswire, the director of the controversial Russian film 'Mathilde' pushes forward with his follow-up projects, A&E puts more focus on producing local... [Read More]
The Mar del Plata Film Festival opens on Nov. 17 with its , Argentine Competition, in typical fashion, brimming world premieres: Nine of its 12... [Read More]
Having just a range of documentary shorts to his credit, Mohamed Siam was more than a little nervous to take the opening-night slot at this... [Read More]
Jonathan Harris celebrated his 30th birthday by taking a photograph, writing a story and posting the both online before going to sleep at night. He... [Read More]
In today's International Newswire, TV executives head for the latest edition of content market MipCancun; Telefonica's Movistar + acquires two Danish series; and Cannes launches... [Read More]
Is Luis Gerardo Méndez, star of blockbusting movie "The Noble Family," doing a Diego? Certainly, he's alternating nights in the same role as Diego Luna... [Read More]
'Club of Crows'' Luis Gerardo MÃ... [Read More]
By any measure, one of the year's most ambitious Mexican films must be "Oso Polar," the country's first feature to be shot completely by iPhone.... [Read More]
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