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Art is imitating life on Argentina's airwaves, and for Susana Trimarco, it's doing so in a painful yet rewarding way. In 2002, her 23-year-old daughter, Marita, vanished from their hometown in the…

Commentary: Art imitating life on Argentina’s airwaves

Susan Trimarco's search for her daughter has become the basis of one of Argentina's most popular and talked-about nighttime soap operas, writes BRIAN BYRNES

Slick Argentinean staple looks to make trip to U.S.

Argentina's Eyeworks Cuatro Cabezas wants to bring its signature political comedy show "CQC" to the U.S. and has shot a pilot co-hosted by Dominic Monaghan.

Political comedy show ‘CQC’ has eye on U.S.

Argentina's Eyeworks Cuatro Cabezas wants to bring "CQC" to the U.S. and have shot a pilot co-hosted by Dominic Monaghan.

All’s cool with Coppola, Argentine actors union

The Argentine Actors Assn. said Wednesday that its dispute with Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope Argentina is over and that its members will continue working on the director's film "Tetro."

Argentinean ‘Tetro’ dispute over

The Argentine Actors Assn. said Wednesday that its contract dispute with Francis Ford Coppola's production company, Zoetrope Argentina, is over, and that its members will continue working on the…

Union claims ‘Tetro’ shut down

The Argentinean actor's union claims to have shut down Francis Ford Coppola's Buenos Aires production of "Tetro."

Latin American Spirit:  A vibrant film sector is emerging

Festivalgoers can expect plenty of Latin American flavor on the Croisette this year, courtesy of the region's top film-producing nations: Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.

Cosmopolitan TV Latin America kicks off

Cosmopolitan Television Latin America, owned by Hearst Corp. and Liberty Global, is producing its first Spanish-language fiction series.

Dori, Televisa strike telenovela deal

Israel-based Dori Media Group continued to build on its expanding Latin American telenovela business Tuesday with a $9.5 million deal with Spanish-language media giant Grupo Televisa.

Buenos Aires indie fest sets record

The Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema enjoyed record ticket sales this year.

New World festival puts focus on Latin film fare

Latin America's emerging filmmakers will have a new U.S. showcase for their works next year thanks to a partnership un-veiled today at the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema.