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Latin America

Rafa Russo’s ‘The Year of Fury’ Deftly Interweaves Latin American Politics to the Forefront

               “The Year of Fury,’ Rafa Russo’s film set in Uruguay during the early 1970s, maintains its cool sensibilities by its knowing and interesting set of characters. It rolls and flows fluidly by Russo’s lyrical direction – always mindful that the heart of the story rests in the importance of how creative writers must maintain their poise in the face of a pending dictatorship. The motion picture will surely be embra...

Eduardo Galeano Vagamundo

Director: Felipe Nepomuceno.

A hug movie, for the biggest storyteller in Latin America.


  XVI GUANAJUATO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2013 CALL FOR ENTRIES 1.-The primary objective of the GUANAJUATO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is to provide more opportunities for the exhibition and appreciation of films, rewarding their quality so as to allow the artists to continue producing film. At the same time, we hope to bring together newcomers alongside the industry's most seasoned professionals, combining forces in a very open, accessible and competitive environment. 2.- THE X...

Cine Migratorio

Cine Migratorio is a migration-themed film festival that will take place May 10-13, 2012 in Santander, Spain. The Festival aims to present a program of artistically accomplished, thematically challenging and stimulating films about migration to students, migrants, Santander residents, and anyone who wishes to join us for this weekend-long event. We hope these films will incite reflection and discussion about migration, but also about the power of film to capture mobility in a modern age. We welcome all film genres (feature, short, documentary, experimental, animation) and do not endorse any one political stance on migration issues. Cine Migratorio endeavors to screen films that explore a wide range of migration-related themes and issues, from the way in which economic and social forces that drive migration cross as many borders as migrants themselves, to personal migration stories, to films less directly concerned with migration but still resonant with its effects and contexts. In addition to screenings, Cine Migratorio will feature lectures, workshops, live music, and other events. Leading up to the festival, Cine Migratorio will host an array of programs in local high schools and local centers. Cine Migratorio will take place May 10-13th in Santander, Spain, in the Paraninfo at the Las Llamas campus of the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo (UIMP).

ÉCU's newest partner ALADOS-COLOMBIA presents the “13a Muestra Internacional Documental” (13th International Documentary Exhibit

  ALADOS-COLOMBIA presents the “13a Muestra Internacional Documental” (13th International Documentary Exhibition) The Colombian Documentary Corporation, “Alados-Colombia” is pleased to invite all filmmakers, film professionals and moviegoers in general to attend the 13th International Documentary Exhibition in Bogotá, Colombia, 15th-19th November. This year, the 13th edition, will bring together documentary films from 4 different continents s...

Animarte 6 - Call for Entries

Dear Animators,
Animarte 6, the 6th annual Animarte International Animation Festival is receiving submissions until October 15th, 2011. Animarte 6 is open to animated and mixed media shorts with a duration of 15 minutes or less. There is no entry or registration fee and all animation techniques are accepted.
Animarte showcases the best animation shorts from around the world and brings them to cities throughout Latin America. Already five major cities have been confirmed for our sixt...

Line-up complete for trinidad+tobago film festival/10

The line-up of films for the fifth annual trinidad+tobago film festival, which takes place from September 22 to October 5, has been confirmed. As ever, the festival will be showcasing the best in Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora films, as well as films from Latin America countries in the Caribbean basin. The festival screens feature-length narrative and documentary films, and also short films. One of the most anticipated films in this year's line-up is Moloch Tropical, the ...

trinidad + tobago film festival

The trinidad+tobago film festival seeks to highlight excellence in filmmaking through the exhibition of films made in the Caribbean region (including Latin American countries in the Caribbean Basin), by Caribbean people of the Diaspora, and by international filmmakers whose films are relevant to a Caribbean audience. The ttff is a cutting-edge film festival that continues to evolve and expand in celebrating expression and empowerment through film. Along with our film programme, the ttff, through a series of workshops and events, is emerging as the premier film festival of the Caribbean.

Tapiales Short Film Festival

Tapiales International Short Film Festival announces the call for entries for its seventh edition which will take place on December 2010. Deadline for submissions is September 10th, 2010.Short films from all over the world are welcome to participate in a competition for Aborigen Awards in different categories including Best Foreign Short Film. Films will not exceed 15 minutes length, must include Spanish subtitles and be on DVD format. Tapiales Festival is sponsored by INCAA, SICA, Cultural Institute of Buenos Aires Province, Cultural Department of La Matanza Council and organized by JC Films OFCT. Tapiales Festival brings a different place for filmmakers to meet the public, an open-air square where everybody is welcome, a popular atmosphere which turns this Festival into a true short film festivity.For more information, submission requirements and application forms visit:


Director: Mariano Aiello and Kristina Hille.
Awka Liwen is the story of the massacres against Native Peoples in Argentina (nineteenth century) for the theft of their lands and the current discrimination against them and their descendants. Those who funded the genocide against Indigenous Peoples they always opposed to paying higher taxes and reacted with extreme violence when they felt threatened in their class interests: deaths of rural workers during the strikes of 1921 in Patagonia and extermination of 30000 Argentines during the dictatorship. The racism against the native argentine was not accidental: it was the alibi to justify the robbery of lands to Indian and the Gaucho by the descendants of Europeans. The current rebellion of agribusiness leaders seeking "European" price and costs "Argentinian" to food embodies a profound contempt for the majority. The division of the Argentines, the eternal "trench" can be closed. A government attempt to do so through a more equitable redistribution of wealth. But again the landowners are opposed to losing their class privileges. They want a coup. The people said, NOT MORE!

Cannes Film Festival to Partner with Argintinian INCAA Film Institute

Cannes Festival and Marche du Film have announced a deal to partner with Argentina's INCAA film institute on a major new Latin American film market and confab named Ventana Sur (or South Window).  The  partnership is part of a move to export the Cannes brand and expertise abroad.   The Ventana Sur will run Nov. 27-30 in Buenos Aires and will feature 50-60 screenings of new Latin American films as well as a meeting place for producers and a digital library of 200-300 films.    For Argentina,...