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LATC announces in Ventana Sur the new Guide for Latin American Film Commissions

December 1st, 2016.

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The Latin American Training Center-LATC announces the launch of its new, free guide in Spanish for Latin American Film Commissions.  The event took place on November 30 during the Ventana Sur Film Market.   The new Guide is a companion to the previous LATC “Guide for Film Commissions in Brazil,” published last year in Portuguese with support by the Cesnik, Quintino & Salinas Law Firm. (more…)

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“The Expanding Brazilian Film, Television and Digital Industry” now available on New LATC Online Bookstore

“The Expanding Brazilian Film, Television and Digital Industry” now available on New LATC Online Bookstore

March 16th, 2016.

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The latest LATC publication, The Expanding Brazilian Film, Television and Digital Industry/Cinema, televisão e mídia digital no Brasil: uma indústria em expansão, is now available on our new Online Bookstore. Compilation of essays and articles by important leaders in the Brazilian audiovisual industry, the book is organized by Steve Solot (LATC) and Fábio Cesnik (CQS), with the support of RioFilme, Spcine and the Brazilian Association of Independent Television Producers, ABPITV.

The new book and previous publications of LATC may now be purchased directly from our new Online Bookstore. Beginning in April, the book will also be available in the U.S. on Amazon. For more information, contact Fernanda Lima, fernanda.latc@gmail.com.

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LATC and CQS Law Firm launch New Book during the Rio Content Market Highlighting Expansion of the Brazilian Audiovisual Market

March 10th, 2016.

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Latin American Training Center-LATC and the Cesnik, Quintino & Salinas Law Firm launched on March 9, during the Rio Content Market, the book The Expanding Brazilian Film, Television and Digital Industry/Cinema, televisão e mídia digital no Brasil: uma indústria em expansão, a publication made possible by the support of RioFilme, Spcine and the Brazilian Association of Independent Television Producers, ABPITV. (more…)

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LATC and AFC announce a new publication of essays by critics and renowned experts on Current Brazilian Cinema from across Brazil

October 7th, 2015.

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Last Monday, October 5th, during the RioMarket of the Rio International Film Festival, the Latin American Training Center-LATC and the Américas Film Conservancy-AFC announced their new publication “Brazilian Cinema Today: Essays by Critics and Experts from Across Brazil” (O CINEMA BRASILEIRO HOJE: Ensaios de críticos e especialistas de todo o país). (more…)

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Guide for Brazilian Film Commissions – Now Available for Free Download!

Guide for Brazilian Film Commissions – Now Available for Free Download!

March 19th, 2015.

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For Free Download of the Guide, available only in Portuguese, please, click here!

Published by the Latin American Training Center-LATC (Centro Latino-americano de Treinamento e Assessoria Audiovisual), with support by the Cesnik, Quintino e Salinas law firm, the new Guide for Brazilian Film Commissions offers, for the first time in Portuguese and specifically for Brasil, basic information and recommendations to effectively establish and operate a film commission at the municipal or state level anywhere in Brazil.

Prepared for multiple audiences, including government officials, film producers, politicians, and managers, the Guide is appropriate for the design and planning for creation of a new film commission, as well as to administer and improve existing film commissions in Brazil.

Divided into two sections, the Guide consists of 10 chapters and 6 articles prepared by well-known authorities on the subject. The first section provides detailed orientation on the creation, structure, administration and operation of a film commission in Brazil. The second section is a collection of articles by some of the most important and relevant national and international personalities on the subject of film commissions, including Jean Prewitt, President of the Independent Film and Television Alliance-IFTA, the most important association of independent film producers in the US.; Kevin Clark, Executive Director of the Association of Film Commissioners International-AFCI, the global film commission association based in Los Angeles; Stefania Ippoliti, President of the Italian Film Commission Association; and Leonardo Monteiro de Barros, partner of Conspiração Filmes in Rio de Janeiro.

Support provided by:
Cesnik, Quintino & Salinas Advogados – CQS: Brazilian Law firm specialzed in the entertainment industry, with offices in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasília. www.cqs.adv.br.

Published by:
Latin American Training Center-LATC: A regional audiovisual training and consulting firm based in Rio de Janeiro, focused on the new generation of audivisual content producers in Latin America.

Contact:
Fernanda Lima, LATC Project Coordinator: fernanda.latc@gmail.com

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LATC launches updated book on current financing mechanisms for audiovisual content in Latin America

March 13th, 2014.

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On March 25, in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, during the Guadalajara International Film Festival-FICG, the Latin American Training Center-LATC launched his new publication, Current Financing Mechanisms for Audiovisual Content in Latin America – 2nd Edition. (more…)

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LATC and AFC launch their new book during the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

October 4th, 2013.

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The Latin American Training Center-LATC and the Américas Film Conservancy-AFC presented on September 30th, during the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, the Brazilian version of the book Latin American Cinema Today: The Director’s Perspective, inspired by a partnership of both organizations. Edited by Oliver Kwon, President of AFC, and by Steve Solot, President LATC, it offers leading Latin American film directors’ perspective of their film industry. (more…)

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Brazilian version of LATC’s new book will be launched during the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

September 12th, 2013.

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Latin American Cinema Today: The Director’s Perspective, inspired by a partnership of the Américas Film Conservancy-AFC and the Latin American Training Center-LATC, offers leading Latin American film directors’ perspective of their film industry. The book launch in the US took place during the 40th anniversary of the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado. The Brazilian version will be launched on September 30th during the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. (more…)

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