Globosat created a new channel that focus on what viewers seek the most: to disconnect from their busy lives and connect with nature and activities that make them slow down. In only one year of existence, the OFF channel has become a reference in action, adventure and adrenaline, as well as idyllic scenery, depicting a lifestyle rarely seen on TV before. Read More
Regina Case is a well known face in Brazilian television, but her latest venture, the Esquenta (translating as ‘warm up’), reaches the end of the third season with a great share of the audience, continuing on Globo’s schedule indefinitely from now. Read More
Oh Daniel Craig. You came back and we’re all the better for it, especially the ladies.
I’m not an artist, but what I gather from artists of any format, be it fashion designers, painters, or even actors, is that the need to create is bigger than them. This is what they were meant to do and if they didn’t generate art they’d go crazy. Read More
FEEL, the Latin American Entertainment Trade Show, has evolved into an essential exhibition for the entertainment industry, as it gathers most of the relevant Latin American commercial suppliers, and it additionally provides the opportunity for Colombian artists to promote themeslves in front of them. Read More
I recently saw Network, the 1976 film about a TV stations war for ratings directed by Sidney Lumet. Read More
The other day on the french public radio website, I was listening to a french scholar named Severine Barthes who suggested that it was a typical french thing to rave about one or two series like Mad Men while rejecting the idea of being into TV series as a whole. Read More
Who hasn’t been watching Downton Abbey? Ages ago, it seems, my friend was telling me that he had this new British TV show he was watching about a manor house in England, and how wonderful it was. Read More
The agreement is for digital distribution, and includes all Latinamerican countries. The Mexican production company founded by Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz has focused on opening doors to Latin-American talent through films, and lately through television series such as Niño Santo and Soy tu fan. Read More
I’ve been overwhelmed by anything that involves chocolate before, but this has been the only time that I’ve completely refrained myself from eating it.
A few years ago, the main French electronic music magazine, Trax, was bought by a new company and the former editorial team went on to set up a new magazine named “Tsugi”. Read More