Tagged with co-production

“Everybody Has a Plan” is Viggo Mortensen´s first Argentine Film: An Ambitious Debut

by Atzin Ortiz, Contributing Blogger Writer-director Ana Piterbarg has a very ambitious plan for her debut: making a big budget (around 3 million dollars, co-produced with Fox International), crowd-pleasing existential thriller starring a Spanish-speaking Viggo Mortensen in a double role. Despite her best intentions, and having a top notch pedigree onboard, “Todos Tenemos Un Plan” … Continue reading

Evita Jewel Heist Movie “Atraco” Mixes Humor and Suspense

Evita Jewel Heist Movie “Atraco” Mixes Humor and Suspense

by Atzin Ortiz González, contributing blogger “¡Atraco!” is a Spanish-Argentinean co production direced by Eduard Cortés that aims to be one of the season’s box office hits (105 000 viewers went on its first weekend). Starring Guillermo Francella, one of Argentina’s most popular actors, and taking the mythical robbery of Evita’s jewels in Madrid during … Continue reading

Pantalla Pinamar Film Festival: Movies on the Beach

by Lauren Pringle, Contributing blogger For the 9th year Argentina collaborated with Europe to host Pantalla Pinamar set in an elegant beach town on the South Atlantic coast, which featured an array of talent from European and Argentine Cinema, including documentary, fictions and shorts. The gold prize winner of this year was: “NOT SO MODERN TIMES“, … Continue reading

Argentina Government to fund hundreds of hours of TV Content

by Lauren Pringle, contributing blogger Funding for television content in Argentina has always been a challenge: the few private broadcasters that commission do so mainly in house or with associated production companies.  This has kept independent producers out of the market, and limited the quantity of hours produced. A new initiative has been created by … Continue reading