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World Talent House: Bridging the Talent Gap between the U.S., Mexico and Iberoamerica

World Talent House: Bridging the Talent Gap between the U.S., Mexico and Iberoamerica
World Talent House (Wth), which launched in Los Angeles in February 2013, is planning to add producers to its roster of behind-the-camera talent from Latin America and Spain next year.

CEO/Founder Fabiola Pena (pictured) is in talks with some heavyweight producers from Mexico and elsewhere. Wth’s aim is to package film and TV projects, and facilitate the exchange of talent between Spanish-speaking countries, and with the U.S.

Wth’s growing behind-the-scenes talent includes scribes Camilo Torres, who’s currently developing a series for Mexico’s TV Azteca, Pablo Aramendi, who is creating a series for Sony Pictures Television International and Jose Luis Acosta, who’s crafting a series for U.S. Hispanic network Telemundo. Other Wth talent include: Sebastian del Amo, who helmed Mexico’s entry to the 2015 Foreign Oscars race, “Cantinflas;” Argentina’s Lucia Puenzo (The German Doctor), and “Instructions Not Included“ cinematographer Martin Boege.

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