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    Sofia, La Playa D.C. among hot titles at Colombia's BAM


    The third edition of the Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) wrapped at weekend after presenting 56 Colombian projects in development and screening 13 films. Sofia And The Stubborn (Sofia Y El Terco, pictured), La Sirga and La Playa D.C. are among the titles that generated buzz.

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    Sundance Institute’s Film Forward heads to Colombia


    The sixth stop-off in the Institute’s programme designed to advance cultural dialogue is set to reach the Latin American market from Jul 9-14.

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    La Sirga goes to Film Movement for North America


    Film Movement has acquired all North American rights to La Sirga, Colombian director William Vega’s Cannes Director’s Fortnight selection.

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    Locarno launches post-production focus


    Colombia first territory in the spotlight for new Locarno Industry Office scheme

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    Locarno’s Open Doors launches new initiative

    Locarno Film Festival’s co-production lab Open Doors is to launch a new initiative entitled Carte Blanche from this August.

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    In the chair: top Colombian directors


    Hugo Chaparro Valderrama profiles some of Colombia’s leading film-makers

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    An emerging force


    With rising admissions and an expanding exhibition sector, Colombia is trying to confront piracy and build on the success of the 3D phenomenon. Hugo Chaparro Valderrama reports

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    Rules of attraction


    With a growing economy, diverse locations and an expanding skills base, Colombia is aiming to overcome foreign misconceptions and attract international shoots. By Hugo Chaparro Valderrama

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    Critical window: Cartagena international film festival


    With a new artistic director this year, Colombia’s oldest film festival (Feb 24-March 3) is aiming to become the leading international platform for the territory’s fast-rising film-makers. By Hugo Chaparro Valderrama

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    Fountain of youth


    Colombia is one of the most exciting emerging markets in Latin America, with a diverse range of films breaking out on the international stage. Hugo Chaparro Valderrama explores how the territory’s new wave of directors are combining local support with international savvy

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    Playing the field


    From political dramas to US studio-backed thrillers, Hugo Chaparro Valderrama looks at some of the hottest Colombian titles gearing up for 2011 — and the talent behind them