Based in Rio de Janeiro and founded in 2008 by Steve Solot, one of the screen sector’s most
experienced strategy professionals, the Latin American Training Center-LATC is a media training and consulting center focused on professionals of the audiovisual content industry. Its mission is to offer technical training and support through intensive programs, publications, competitions, workshops and creative seminars on specific topics to contribute to expansion of the industry.

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LATC announces a new edition of LATINX, its annual Screenplay Treatment Competition

As part of its continuing policy to support screenwriting in Latin America, foster artistic creation and encourage novice screenwriters in the highly competitive audiovisual industry, the Latin American Training Center-LATC presents another edition of its traditional...

LATC announces technical audiovisual training courses for 2022 in Latin America

The Latin American Training Center is pleased to announce online courses for 2022 with renowned Latin American and international audiovisual industry professionals. The Program is aimed at recent graduates and technical professionals from Latin America who wish to...

LATC announces a free e-book on the audiovisual public policy landscape in Latin America

Published by the Latin American Training Center-LATC and sponsored by Olsberg•SPI, the new book, “The Audiovisual Public Policy Landscape in Latin America”, is a unique collection of articles by experienced and renowned public and private sector figures on...

LATC, the US Consulate, Spcine and Espaço Itaú screen “The Lavender Scare” in São Paulo

On the occasion of the LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, the Latin America Training Center-LATC, the US Consulate General in São Paulo, Spcine and Espaço Itaú de Cinema held this Monday, June 27, in São Paulo, the screening of the documentary “The Lavender Scare”, which chronicles the relentless campaign launched by the US federal government in the 50’s and 60’s to identify and fire employees suspected of being homosexual. read more…

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