Colombian Representation at Cannes

Colombia had a strong presence at the 76th edition of the Cannes Festival with two notable entries. The animated short film La perra (The dog), directed by Carla Melo, competed in the Official Competition, while the restored version of Amor, mujeres y flores,(Love, Women, and Flowers) by Marta Rodríguez and Jorge Silva, was featured in Cannes Classics. Proimágenes Colombia accompanied the Colombian delegation, and the Colombian stand received the Coup de Cœur Award at the third edition of the Pavilion Design Award in the Marché du Film.
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Pálpito Tops Netflix Charts

After its first week of release, the second season of the CINA beneficiary series, Pálpito (The Marked Heart), claimed the number one spot as the most-watched non-English series on Netflix, with over 52 million hours of playback.
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Colombia at Hot Docs and Visions du Réel

Four productions and four projects involving Colombian participation were showcased at these two renowned events dedicated to non-fiction cinema.

Colombia in the spotlight in Toulouse

The 35th edition of the Toulouse Latin American Film Festival, which concluded on April 2nd, saw outstanding Colombian participation with ten films in official competitions and sections, 11 productions in a unique program dedicated to contemporary Colombian cinema, two projects in Cine en Construcción, and the participation of several Colombian guests. Colombian films in competition received three awards.
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Argentina and Colombia assume the Ibermedia presidency

María Fernanda Céspedes, head of the Audiovisual, Film, and Interactive Media Department of Colombia's Ministry of Culture, and Nicolás Batlé, president of Argentina's National Institute of Film and Audiovisual Arts, are the new presidents of the film and audiovisual aid program in the region.