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Rio Film Festival

‘Neon Bull’ Sweeps Rio Film Festival Awards

Gabriel Mascaro's tale of rural Brazil took home 5 Redentors, including best film and screenplay.

‘Future June’ (‘Futuro Junho’): Yamagata Review

Maria Augusta Ramos relegates football to the background with a documentary charting the travails of Brazil’s surging middle class in the run-up to the World Cup soccer competition in 2014.

‘The Absent’ (‘Los Ausentes’): Morelia Review

The latest of Mexican avant-garde director Nicolas Pereda ("Summer of Goliath", "Greatest Hits") is set in Oaxaca and involves an old man being forced out of his home

Rio Film Fest: ‘Blue Blood’ Tops Premiere Brazil Competition

Lírio Ferreira's film picked up three Redentor awards; 'Point Blank,' 'Absence' and 'Obra' followed with two each

Rio Film Fest: ‘Xenia’ Wins Rio’s First LGBT Prize

Panos H. Koutras’ film topped the new Felix Awards

Rio Film Fest: City Pours New Funds Into Audiovisual Industry

Rio's investment agency RioFilme announced five new incentives at RioMarket.

Rio Film Fest: MPA Study Calls for New Policies for Brazil’s Film Industry

Figures show big potential interrupted by tax exemptions, piracy and theater shortage, among other problems

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

Rio Film Fest to Honor Mexican Cinema and Offer New LGBT Prize

‘Salt of the Earth’ will be the 16th edition's Opening Film

The Life After (La vida despues): Morelia Review

Mexican director David Pablos casts Maria Renee Prudencio as a distraught mother and Americo Hollander and Rodrigo Azuela as her teenage sons.

‘City of God –- 10 Years Later’ Co-Director on Where the Stars of the Brazilian Hit Are Today (Q&A)

Co-director Luciano Vidigal tells THR his documentary explores the artistic impact of the film and also revisits the actors, some of whom are struggling to make ends meet: "I was sad, but I thought that people needed to see that."