The 14th edition of the LATC Global Film & TV Program, held October 30th – November 5th, was an enormous success, bringing together 18 professionals from 9 countries in Latin America and Asia. Throughout the week, professionals from Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Japan, Peru, Philippines, South Korea and Uruguay enjoyed an intense program in the world’s cinema capital with meetings, presentations, networking with major Hollywood studios, and independent producers.

Highlights included the Sony Studio Tour, with an introduction by Sony’s renowned international acquisitions executive, Shebnem Askin, followed by a presentation by Paul Audley and his FilmLA team on essential services for filming in Los Angeles. The visit to Netflix included a presentation that highlighted data on productions and market trends, and the streaming platform’s policy on content development and acquisition.

Another highlight was the exclusive networking event offered by CQS/FV and Cypress LLP, which demystified the steps to open a company in the USA. The meeting was attended by the delegation of government officials from Brazil, represented by Audiovisual Secretary Joelma Gonzaga and Deputy Ministry of Culture Márcio Tavares, as well as representatives of the Brazil-California Chamber of Commerce.

The program featured an exclusive full day of master classes with talent agents, renowned professors from the American Film Institute, and independent producers based in Los Angeles, followed by three days of conferences and access to the American Film Market – AFM.

The Program also included 2 sessions of the traditional LATC Pitch Panel, specifically designed to offer a unique interaction of delegation participants with experts, investors and producers based in L.A., through feedback and valuable tips on their projects, and how to best present them. 

This latest edition of the Global Film & TV Program demonstrates its excellence as a unique immersion program in Los Angeles, which combines intensive training and powerful opportunities to connect with outstanding professionals from the global industry.

The Program is organized by the Latin American Training Center-LATC with the support of the Motion Picture Association – MPA, and the Independent Film & Television Alliance – IFTA.

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