In Cannes, Steve Solot, Executive Director of the Brazilian Film Commission Network –REBRAFIC, signed Agreements with New Zealand and South Africa
May 23rd, 2016.
During the last Marché du Film in Cannes, Steve Solot, President of LATC and also President of the Rio Film Commission, signed MOU’s on behalf of the Brazilian Film Commission Network-REBRAFIC with the Screen Production and Development Association of New Zealand-SPADA) and also with the National Film and Video Foundation-NFVF of South Africa. (more…)
Steve Solot participates in a meeting with the Governor of San Luis Province for the creation of a new film commission in Argentina
April 19th, 2016.
President of LATC and also the Rio Film Commission, Steve Solot met last week with the Governor of San Luis Province, Alberto Rodríguez Saá, together with other government officials to initiate the creation of the film commission in the province. (more…)
Steve Solot’s new article published in the Jornal do Comercio on March 30 highlights both opportunities and challenges in the Brazilian audiovisual industry
April 4th, 2016.
Rio de Janeiro is the traditional host of the two most important audiovisual events in Brazil, the Rio International Film Festival (Festival do Rio) in October and the Rio Content Market. (more…)
Steve Solot, to speak on Latin American Film Funding & Legislation at the AFCI Locations and Global Finance Show in Los Angeles on April 22
March 30th, 2016.
Based on his publication “Current Mechanisms for Financing Audiovisual Content in Latin America,” Steve Solot, LATC President, will provide updates on programs and legislation promoting filming in Latin American countries, as part of the program of the annual Locations and Global Finance Show organized by the Association of Film Commissioners International-AFCI. (more…)
March 28th, 2016.
The first edition of the International Film Production Seminars (Seminarios Internacionales de Producción Cinematográfica-SIPC 2016), organized by Transversal Film, with the support of the Latin American Training Center-LATC, will take place May 3-5 in Lima Peru. SIPC 2016 is a 3 day seminar with master classes by Steve Solot, LATC President and President of the Rio Film Commission, Harris Tulchin, attorney and specialist in audiovisual projects and contracts in the US film industry and Octavio Marin, producer and specialist in film producer training, also based in Los Angeles. (more…)
“The Expanding Brazilian Film, Television and Digital Industry” now available on New LATC Online Bookstore
March 16th, 2016.
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, email@example.com.
March 14th, 2016.
On March 23rd, The Rio Times will host the Rio Film MixUp. The event will be an opportunity to mix, mingle and network with those involved – or who just enjoy – the filmmaking scene in Rio de Janeiro. Special guests include Steve Solot, President of the Latin American Training Center and the Rio Film Commission, Christina Daniels from Viva Films, and other screenwriters, cinematographers, directors, actors and editors. (more…)