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  • Juan Gelman dies at 83; renowned Argentine poet and political exile

    Argentine poet Juan Gelman, an exile whose writings were colored by personal tragedy he suffered at the hands of his country's brutal military dictatorship, died in Mexico City on Tuesday. He was 83 and had been battling leukemia. Gelman, a leftist with...
  • Review: 'Cartwheel' by Jennifer duBois

    Review: 'Cartwheel' by Jennifer duBois
    There are passages of observation so closely controlled and beautiful in "Cartwheel," the second novel by Jennifer duBois, that what she describes seems as if it will stay described for good. Of a Boston train station, she writes that "the clean sheets of...
  • Latin American Horror Booming at Blood Window Market

    Latin American filmmakers are an emerging global force, riding on a wave of genre films. So much so that Latin America's biggest movie market, Ventana Sur, which means Southern Window, has launched Blood Window, a slice of the mart dedicated to horror....
  • Skirball's 'Transatlantico' film series spotlights a shared history

     Skirball's 'Transatlantico' film series spotlights a shared history
    When the Skirball Cultural Center launched its Latin Jewish film series seven years ago, it caught some members of both ethnic groups by surprise. "People acted just shocked that there were Jews south of the border," said Jordan Peimer, the Skirball's...
  • Ventana Sur Honors FiGa Films

    MADRID -L.A.-based sales-distribution-production house FiGa Films will be honored by Ventana Sur with a six-pic homage in a new tribute initiative for leading sales companies and distributors of Latin American movies. Kicking off Dec. 5 at Buenos Aires'...
  • Canteen Outlaws to Serve Up 'Blue and Not So Pink' for the U.S., Canada

    BUENOS AIRES - Canteen Outlaws, the new gay-focused label of TLA Entertainment Group and Artsploitation Films, has acquired Venezuelan gay family drama "Blue and Not So Pink," the directorial debut of actor-turned-director Miguel Ferrari. Canteen prexy...
  • 'Natural Sciences,' 'Open Cage' win Primer Corte at Buenos Aires' Ventana Sur

    BUENOS AIRES - Two first features - Argentine Matias Lucchesi's "Natural Sciences" and Uruguayan Max Zunino's "Open Cage" - swept Primer Corte, the pix-in-post showcase at Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest movie mart-meet. Also announced Friday,...
  • Appeddu, Varo Join 'Signals' Cast

    BUENOS AIRES -- Italian actress Veronica Appeddu and Spain's Jonathan Varo have joined the cast of "Signals From Beyond," a new Latino teen series produced by Buenos Aires' Yair Dori Corp and co-funded by Funwood Media, a Madrid and now Milan-based TV...
  • Calm returns to Argentine provinces after looting and violence

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Calm returned Friday to more than a dozen Argentine provinces wracked by looting and violence that left 13 dead and 200 injured and caused millions of dollars in property losses. The chaos in 20 provinces during the...
  • Fernández regresa a Buenos Aires tras una criticada ausencia por vacaciones

    Fernández regresa a Buenos Aires tras una criticada ausencia por vacaciones
    La presidenta argentina, Cristina Fernández, regresó hoy a Buenos Aires tras pasar las vacaciones de Navidad en la localidad sureña de El Calafate, una ausencia de más de dos semanas que ha sido fuertemente criticada por la oposición, informaron medios...
  • Letras argentinas de luto por la muerte de Gelman

    Letras argentinas de luto por la muerte de Gelman
    El mundo argentino de la cultura se vistió de luto por la muerte del poeta Juan Gelman, que falleció a los 83 años en la capital mexicana, donde residía desde hace más de veinte años. El secretario de Cultura de la Nación, Jorge Coscia, consideró que...