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  • AG Studios Taps Rodrigo Guerrero for Itaca Films Colombia

    Slotting another valuable piece into his burgeoning Latin American production-distribution operations, AG Studios L.A. and Mexico City-based prexy-producer Alex Garcia has tapped well-known Colombian producer Rodrigo Guerrero to head up Bogota-based production/services company Itaca Films Colombia.
  • San Sebastian Picks 'Park Friend,' 'Magallanes,' 'Ixcanul' For Films in Progress

    MADRID - Ana Katz's anticipated "My Park Friend," Salvador del Solar's "Magallanes" and Jayro Bustamante's "Ixcanul" are three of the six titles that have made the cut for San Sebastian's 26th Films in Progress. A bi-annual competition, taking place at...

    Kenneth Turan's noir-ish DVD picks: Darkness begins with a D

    Kenneth Turan's noir-ish DVD picks: Darkness begins with a D
    Film noir is, by definition, a dark genre, and there is a trio of new DVDs that, by bleak coincidence, all begin with the letter D. "Dark Crimes: Film Noir Thrillers Volume Two" is the latest offering from TCM's Vault Collection. It features a pair of...

    Colombia's Dynamo Initates 'Rectora,' 'Maranon' (EXCLUSIVE)

    BOGOTA - Positioning itself as a key Colombian player both for producing film and TV for international markets and providing services on international shoots, Bogota-based Dynamo, a founding member of Participant PanAmerica, is moving into production on...

    Film Review: 'Things People Do'

    "There ain't no sin, there ain't no wrong, there's just things people do," opines a washed-up detective (Jason Isaacs) to an unemployed insurance adjuster (Wes Bentley) turned armed robber in what is, remarkably, one of the least heavy-handed moments from...