LATC is a media training, publishing and audiovisual consulting center with regional headquarters in Rio de Janeiro. Since 2009 LATC has conducted programs, workshops in Latin America and trade missions to the U.S., for producers, filmmakers, attorneys and executives from around the world.

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The dynamics of today’s globalized film industry make it challenging for independent filmmakers to find financing, production, distribution and marketing. LATC Consulting offers assistance to independent audiovisual content producers throughout Latin America, providing essential information, resources and consulting services to enable them to enter this playing field.


LATC specializes in creative training programs for audiovisual content producers. LATC methodology emphasizes new technology business models. In addition to organizing workshops and seminars on various aspects of filmmaking, it also offers seminars on intellectual property rights protection, rights management and commercialization of audiovisual content.


LATC publishes books focused on audiovisual activities and intellectual property rights, aimed to enhance the skills and competences of audiovisual industry professionals by providing access to the best techniques, information and guidance, thereby promoting the professional growth of the audiovisual industry throughout Latin American countries.


The 2017 LATC Global Film and Television Program in Los Angeles was once again a Huge Success!

With participants from all over the world, the latest edition of the LATC Global Film and Television Program in November 2017 was once again a huge success. The exclusive five-day program included presentations and meetings with high-profile Hollywood executives and...
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The LATC Entertainment, Business and Legal Affairs Program in Miami was a huge success!

Copyright in the age of digital music, intellectual property, virtual reality, production, distribution and licensing of new media content in Latin America were among the current topics of the entertainment industry addressed from March 29 to April 1st during the...
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Guide for Brazilian Film Commissions – Now Available for Free Download!

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...
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“Dear Ambassador” Kicks Off Brazilian Film Series in Florida Curated by LATC

On February 4th the Latin American Training Center-LATC and Florida Atlantic University-FAU initiated a non-profit Brazilian Film Series with the US premiere of the film “Dear Ambassador” which tells the story of the Brazilian ambassador who saved more than a thousand people, mostly Jews, in France during World War II. The film was introduced by its director, Luiz Fernando Goulart, who participated in a round-table with the audience following the screening and was accompanies by the translator, his wife Marilia Rebello and Alan Berger, FAU Scholar Chair in Holocaust Studies.  Steve Solot, LATC President, served as moderator of the round table. read more…

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

On November 30, in Buenos Aires, during the Ventana Sur, the principal film market in the region, and with the presence of Orlando Pulvirenti, author of the Argentinian chapter, the Latin American Training Center-LATC launched its new publication: Current Financing Mechanisms for Audiovisual Content in Latin America – 3rd Edition (Mecanismos actuales de financiación de contenidos audiovisuales en Latinoamérica – 3ª Edición). Sponsored by the Cesnik, Quintino e Salinas Advogados-CQS and Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard, LLP–CDAS, it’s an updated, expanded and bilingual Spanish-English sourcebook on 15 Latin American countries.

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LATC and CIBA-CILECT announce Winners of the 2017 Latin American Feature Film Screenplay Treatment Competition

“Pague com sangue” (“Pay with blood”), by Brazilian writer Lucas Sátolo do Canto, from the University of São Paulo (USP), has won first place in the 2017 Latin American Feature Film Screenplay Treatment Competition. Second place went to “Renascer” (“To Be Reborn”), by Roberto Simão Pereira Junior, also from USP. The competition was open to students and graduates of Latin American film schools which are members of CILECT, the International Association of Film and Television Schools. read more…

Steve Solot represents REBRAFIC in event in Los Angeles on Audiovisual Content Production in Brazil

On October 31st the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel in Los Angeles hosted ““The Brazilian Film, TV and Video on Demand Industry,” a seminar on partnerships and opportunities for investment, and the regulatory framework for the Brazilian audiovisual industry.  In his capacity as Executive director of the Brazilian Film Commission Network-REBRAFIC, Steve Solot, LATC President, participated in a panel “Audiovisual Production in Brazil: Incentives for Investments”. read more…

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