So sorry that I haven´t been blogging much lately: I´ve been jumping from meetings to pre-production planning to last-minute film shoots. Right now we at San Telmo Productions have two clear focuses: the pre-production of a documentary about Dog Walkers in Buenos Aires that will be shot in January (which we are producing for Australian director Peter Wilson, with Jorge Crespo as Director of Photography and Ñandu Sonido doing sound recording), and planning our first feature-length documentary, “Goals for Girls” about a female soccer team in the most infamous slum in Buenos Aires.
If that wasn´t enough, November had Gabriel doing local production fixing for “The Nazi Hunters” a History Channel docu-drama, location scouting in Iguazu for a German historical film that takes place in 1790, and running around meeting potential buyers/investors in DocBsAs and Ventana Sur, two film markets held in Buenos Aires in November.
Next year will be about project development, growing our client base and finally writing that fiction screenplay. We want to thank all of our clients and friends for helping us make some great fiction and documentary content that shows a different side of Latin America to the world.
I´ll be sending updates about the production on this blog and twitter. And I´ll make sure to let you all know what will happen with the new “Media Law” and film regulations that promise to shake up the local film and TV industry in Argentina.
Keep the comments and questions coming!
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