Watch Fernando Urdapilleta's Fabulous Short Film COSITA LINDA (PRETTY LITTLE THING)

Oh, here's a happy treat. While writing about the trailer release for Mexican helmer Fernando Urdapilleta's debut feature, Lonely Stars, I made reference to his earlier short film Pretty Little Thing. And it turns out that with the premiere of... More »
By Todd Brown   

LONELY STARS Trailer Hits Like A Blast Of Latino John Waters

Mexican director Fernando Urdapilleta burst on to our radar a few years back now with his short film Cosita Linda (Pretty Little Thing), a brilliantly grimy coming of age / revenge tale with a truly shocking twist that burned it... More »
By Todd Brown   

EL CLAN: First Teaser For Trapero's Next Introduces Real Life Crime Family

Throughout the 1980s Argentina's Puccio family operated a highly lucrative - albeit violent - family business. Behind the veneer of high society and general acclaim, with one of the clan's children a member of national rugby team, the Puccio clan... More »
By Todd Brown   

LA PARKA: Oscar-Nominated Short Film Tours Mexico

Gabriel Serra Argüello's La Parka (aka The Reaper) is a Mexican short documentary, produced by the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC), which is nominated for the Academy Award. It was described by our own Christopher Bourne as a film that... More »

ELI ROTH PRESENTS THE STRANGER: Raven Banner Acquires The Canadian Rights

Our friends at Raven Banner Entertainment will not leave Berlin empty handed after the EFM shuts down. They have acquired the Canadian rights for Guillermo Amoedo's Chilean English-language flick The Stranger, from this day on known as Eli Roth Presents... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Kickstart This! THE YELLOW FEATHER. A Horror Fantasy With Mayan Gods, Orphans And Conquistadors

Here is a project you may be interested in supporting. Brothers Lincoln and Lucas Smith are gathering support for a dream project, a horror fantasy film called The Yellow Feather. It is a story that they have been working on for... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Exclusive: Have A Look At The Poster For Peter Greenaway's EISENSTEIN IN GUANAJUATO

Peter Greenaway's new film, Eisenstein In Guanajuato will premiere in the competition section at Berlin on Wednesday, February 11th. We have your first look at the new poster for the production. In 1931, at the height of his artistic powers, Soviet... More »
By Andrew Mack   

San Cristóbal De Las Casas 2015 Dispatch: Award Winners Announced

The first edition of the San Cristóbal De Las Casas festival has reached its end. It was a nice way to begin the year and a second edition seems to be a given, as pretty much each and every screening... More »

Exclusive: TORO LOCO: BLOODTHIRSTY New Poster And Stills

We shared the first image from Patricio Valladares' Toro Loco: Bloodthirsty (aka Toro Loco: Sangriento) last summer, and now we've got the first look at a beautiful new poster by Alan Robinson (illustrator of V-Wars, published by IDW) as well... More »
By Peter Martin   

Watch ISOLATED, An Intense And High-Octane Short Film

Remember an awesome animated short called The Chase that we featured here on TwitchFilm three years ago? Yes, that was the one made by Tomas Vergara, then 25 years of age and living in Chile. He gave up his full-time... More »
By Hugo Ozman   

The Meltdown Arrives In 6 HOURS With Chilean Disaster Film

Chile's Diego Ayala makes his feature debut with 6 Hours, a disaster film predicated on a very simple and effective premise. A nuclear reactor just outside Santiago has suffered a core breach and will enter full meltdown in just six... More »
By Todd Brown   

Plastic Flowers Never Wither: 3 BEAUTIES Trailer

Take a look at the trailer for 3 Beauties (3 Bellezas), a film directed by Carlos Caridad Montero. The movie paints the descend into madness of a woman who has taken her obsession for beauty pageants too far. This is... More »

San Cristóbal De Las Casas Reveals Full 2015 Lineup

The San Cristóbal De Las Casas International Film Festival revealed yesterday the full lineup for its very first edition, which kicks off next week (January 16). The definitive highlight is the Ukrainian silent film The Tribe, which for me is... More »

Argentina's Gorevision Live Up To The Name With LOS SUPER BONAERENSES

When you give your film collective a name like Gorevision, well, you're setting a certain standard for yourself. A standard of quality and good taste. A standard that the Argentinian collective that has given themselves that name fully live up... More »
By Todd Brown   

Bollywood Week Coming To Cancún, Mexico

The Mexican city of Cancún is set to host film productions from India in the near future and so it is organizing the first Bollywood Week outside of the United States in June. Cancún wants to let the Indian film... More »

Coffin Joe Returns In Brazilian Splatter Anthology THE BLACK FABLES

One of world horror's true icons makes a welcome return to screens with word that Coffin Joe (Jose Mojica Marins) is on board as one of the four directors of the upcoming Brazilian splatter anthology The Black Fables (As Fabulas... More »
By Todd Brown   

Oscar Foreign Film Shortlist Includes IDA, LEVIATHAN, FORCE MAJEURE And A Few Surprises

The Academy has released its shortlist of nine candidates still eligible for this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, which includes surprise inclusions from Estonia, Georgia and Venezuela, as well as more widely praised offerings from Argentina, Poland, Russia and... More »
By James Marsh   

San Cristóbal De Las Casas, Chiapas Hosting Mexico's Newest Film Festival

The Mexican film industry is celebrating the new year with a new film festival. Kicking off in mid January 2015, the San Cristóbal de Las Casas International Film Festival (FICSC) is set to be the first important event of the... More »

SANTIAGO VIOLENTA Brings Pistolas And Piscolas In The New Theatrical Trailer!

Mirageman and Mandrill director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza is having himself quite a year with the premieres of both Redeemer - his latest collaboration with frequent star Marko Zaror - and his long in post action-comedy Santiago Violenta. The story of... More »
By Todd Brown   

First Image From Adrian Garcia Bogliano's SCHERZO DIABOLICO

Next up from the grossly prolific, no, check that, stupidly prolific director Adrian Garcia Bogliano is the black comedy Scherzo Diabolico. Variety featured the first image from the film on Wednesday.The director of Twitch faves Here Comes the Devil, Late... More »
By Andrew Mack   
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