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Sponsored by Olsberg•SPI and published by the Latin American Training Center-LATC, this bilingual, Spanish-English publication offers a unique collection of articles contributed by selected experienced and renowned public and private-sector figures from around the hemisphere, as well as Spain, on current, essential, and often controversial audiovisual industry public policy issues.
Authors of articles in “The Audiovisual Public Policy Landscape in Latin America”
- ENRIQUE AVOGADRO, Minister of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires-Argentina
- ADVISORY BOARD, Ibero-American Conference of Audiovisual and Cinematographic Authorities (CAACI)
- JOSÉ CASTRO, Vice President, Latin American & Caribbean Film Commission Network-LAFCN
- JONATHAN OLSBERG, Executive Chair, OlsbergSPI
- LEON FORDE, Managing Director, OlsbergSPI
- VERA ZAVERUCHA, Brazilian Audiovisual Legislative Consultant
- JOYCE ZYLBERBERG, Founder and Managing Partner, Screen Capital S.A.
- MÓNICA LOZANO, President, Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Mexico -AMACC
- MIGUEL DE NECOECHEA, Producer and writer (México)
- FELIPE BUITRAGO, Minister of Culture, Colombia
- TRINIDAD ZALDIVAR, Chief of Creativity and Culture Unit, Inter-american Development Bank
- MARCELO ORTEGA, President, FILMANDES Audiovisual Cluster, (Mendoza, Argentina)
- MAURO GARCIA, Executive President, BRAVI (Brazil)
- EDUARDO SENNA, Latin Rights, (Brazil)
- FABIO LIMA, Founder& CEO, Sofa Digital
- ALEXANDER CUNTZ, Head of Creative Economy Section, WIPO – World Intellectual Property Organization
- GABRIEL LEVY, Academic and ICT consultant, Andina Link Academic Coordinator (Colombia)
- GIANCARLO NASI CAÑAS, Vice President, Iberoamerican Federation of Cinematographic Academies of Arts and Sciences – FIACINE
- HENNER HOFMANN, AMC – Mexican Society of Cinematographers, ASC – American Society of Cinematographers (Mexico)
- FERNANDO LABRADA, President, Media Research Consultancy-MRC (Spain)
The launch of “The Audiovisual Public Policy Landscape in Latin America” marks the second stage of the new focus by Olsberg•SPI on Latin America, following the launch of its Public Policy Audiovisual Diagnostic Consultation, the free one-hour consultation service for public sector entities in Latin America, which offers an opportunity to discuss all aspects of a country’s or state’s audiovisual strategy with the firm’s experts, and how it could be improved or updated. The application deadline for consultations has now been extended until May 30, 2021.
Olsberg•SPI (London) provides expert creative industry consultancy and strategic advisory services to public and private sector clients in the worlds of film, television, video games and digital media around the world.
CONTACT: Fernanda Lima, LATC Project Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org