All Colombia articles – Page 5

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    News

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

    2012-07-16T22:16:00Z

    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.

  • News

    Sundance Institute’s Film Forward heads to Colombia

    2012-06-26T14:44:00Z

    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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    News

    La Sirga goes to Film Movement for North America

    2012-06-05T19:15:00Z

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

  • News

    Locarno launches post-production focus

    2011-07-26T17:32:00Z

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

  • News

    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.

  • Andres Baiz
    Features

    In the chair: top Colombian directors

    2011-02-07T15:10:00Z

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

  • Features

    An emerging force

    2011-02-07T14:53:00Z

    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

  • Features

    Rules of attraction

    2011-02-07T14:42:00Z

    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

  • Features

    Critical window: Cartagena international film festival

    2011-02-07T14:34:00Z

    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

  • Crab Trap
    Features

    Fountain of youth

    2011-02-07T14:23:00Z

    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

  • Features

    Playing the field

    2011-02-07T11:44:00Z

    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