Ambitious new Latin American outfit Ondamax has taken on sales for documentary White Bear chronicles the story of one of the world's most notorious jails, the 'White Bear' in Puerto Rico.

The film, now in post-production, was co-financed by Buena Onda Americas and the Puerto Rican Film Commission.

Directed by Christian Suau and Ramiro Millan, the film features two key characters - a prisoner who has been behind bars for 45 years and a guard who spent more than two decades at the prison. They were the last two people to leave the prison, which is now closed.

Over the years, the 'White Bear' was the site of many riots. It was also the birthplace of two notorious Latino gangs, Associacion Neta and Los 27.