Magazine article Screen International

Remakes Fall under Ventana Sur Spotlight

Magazine article Screen International

Remakes Fall under Ventana Sur Spotlight

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Panellists on December 4 spoke of the need to scrutinise every possible creative ownership stake when preparing a remake.

"You need good lawyers to assess the fundamental rights chain," said Alejandro Cacetta of Patagonik Film Group, speaking during a sesion moderated by FilmSharks chief Guido Rud.Robert Darwell of US law firm Sheppard Mullin spoke about the time he did legal work on Adrian Lyne's 1997 Lolita starring Jeremy Irons.In that case, Darwell said, the legal team and producers had secured the rights to Vladimir Nabokov's novel but not to Stanley Kubrick's 1962 film and had to pay attention that no element of the earier adaption seeped into their fresh interpretation."Remakes for a long time have been an important part of the development process at the studios," said Darwell."In the last five years we have seen more remakes coming from Latin America. …

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