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Oscars: Uruguay Selects ‘The Moneychanger’ for International Feature Film Category

The Uruguayan Film Institute on Tuesday announced that Federico Veiroj's 'The Moneychanger' will be the country's submission in the international feature film category of the 2020 Academy Awards.

Oscars: Brazil Selects ‘The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao’ for International Feature Film Category

The Brazilian Film Academy on Tuesday announced that Karim Ainouz's 'The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao' will be the country's submission in the international feature film Oscar category.

Disney-Fox Deal Gets Brazil Clearance Subject to Sports Sale

Brazil's antitrust regulator CADE approved Walt Disney's $71.3 billion takeover of large parts of 21st Century Fox subject to the sale of the Fox Sports channel in the country and sports programming rights.

Oscars: Uruguay Selects ‘A Twelve-Year Night’ for Foreign-Language Category

Uruguay has chosen Alvaro Brechner’s historic thriller 'A Twelve-Year Night' as the country's submission for consideration in the foreign-language Oscar category.

Oscars: Dominican Republic Selects ‘Cocote’ for Foreign-Language Category

Nelson Carlo de Los Santos' film premiered in Toronto, and won the best film award in the Signs of Life section of the Locarno film festival.

Jose Padilha’s ‘The Mechanism’ Triggers #DeleteNetflix Campaign in Brazil

Politicians, journalists and users have called for a boycott against the streamer due to the show, based on the real-life corruption scandal involving former presidents Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff.

‘A Fantastic Woman’ Leads Platino Awards Nominations

Chile's Academy Award winner for best foreign-language film received nine nominations for the Latin-American version of the Oscars.

Oscar Winner ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Galvanizes Support for Transgender Laws in Chile

President Michelle Bachelet welcomed home the film's star and crew and pushed the country's Senate to pass a bill that has been in limbo since 2013.

Buenos Aires Film Festival Unveils Full Slate

The event, one of the major fests in Latin America, will screen over 400 films and welcome directors Nanni Moretti, Claude Barras, Lucrecia Martel, Alex Ross Perry and Denis Côté, among others.

Latin America 2015 in Review: Netflix Gets Brazil Original, Argentine and Colombian Films Win Awards

'Narcos' also puts Latin American talent in the spotlight and Fandango acquires a company in Brazil, while Justin Bieber avoids arrest in Argentina.

Rio de Janeiro: RioMarket Brings Hollywood Professionals to Talk Business

The biggest meeting of the LatAm audiovisual industry kicked off Wednesday with a conference by 'The Walking Dead' executive producer Gale Anne Hurd

Oscars: Colombia Picks ‘Mateo’ as Foreign-Language Submission

No local film has ever earned an Oscar nomination