With cinemas closed across most of Latin America due to restriction measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, broadcast platforms are an excellent choice for moviegoers.
With many cinemas shutting down Latin america Due to restrictive measures of a pandemic Covid-19, Streaming platforms are an excellent choice for moviegoers. Latin America has many places to see your favorite movies, and many others that you still need to know.
For movie buffs, there is no better feeling than the moment when you sit in the room, the screens turn off, and everyone is silent, knowing the show is about to start.
Unfortunately, the outbreak of a new pandemic COVID-19 in Latin America He made many countries decide to limit mobility, thus closing theaters and cinemas. However, not all was lost. In addition to the classic streaming platforms, you pay to watch movies and series, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime YHBO, In the region there are many others who also provide content, emphasizing Latin American cinema.
What are the broadcast services in Latin America?
One of the most recommended platforms for watching exclusive cinema from here Latin America is the Latin retina, a Netflix 100% Latin America and Free. By registering for free, you can access hundreds of Latin American films as well as articles, reviews and news from the regional cinema.
The catalog is extensive and contains films, short films and documentaries from Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and UruguayThe countries that make up the project, which is organized by the film entities of the six countries.
For the general public in Latin America, access to unlimited content. However, people from the rest of the world also had access to 8% of the movie catalog, which allowed the site to internationalize its content. In fact, Germany, the United States, Switzerland, Spain, and France are among the more than 40 countries that visit the page.
Where Argentina For everyone, the podium Argentine cinema theater It offers the best national productions to Argentine audiences and around the world. It’s all completely free.
It was created by the State Communications Corporation Arsat, In cooperation with Argentine National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts.
Pelidom became “The first broadcast platform in the Dominican Republic, for the premiere of Dominican films in the national territory and in more than 112 countries simultaneously”, Announced in mid-April Dominican outlet Alfonso Rodriguez As mentioned Free magazine.
With a subscription, you can access movies, documentaries, short films, and even concerts and TV series Dominican Republic.
The Mexican film platform in Latin It has a very wide billboard for films in both Latin America and around the world. Although it works via paid subscriptions, there is an enormous amount of free content.
Movies in Latin It is a project The Secretariat of Culture of the North American Country and the Mexican Institute of Cinematography, Which also introduces a blog where there are multiple articles on “Current affairs of the film community and its makers at the national and international levels.”
Content is only available on Mexican territory.
A platform of deep interest was created for Uruguay moviegoers + CinemathequeWhich brought the contents of the National Film Association to the digital level Uruguayan CinemathequeHis movie theater is currently closed due to health restrictions.
It works in a similar way to the Mexican way: it offers movies, short films, and documentaries through the subscription system, but it also offers free content. The page also works only within the territory of Uruguay.
Another new platform Stream Latina is Bolivia Cinema, It was created by Bolivian filmmakers Ariel Soto and Álvaro Olmos were launched on March 21, 2021, the date of Bolivian Cinema Day.
The platform gathers many films, documentaries and shorts from Bolivia, as well as from other Latin American countries. “We are the first platform that has the most representative movies that have won awards in their premieres and in some way as an intermediary for the producers to get the resources (to rent and buy) the films.explained From Soto to Periodico, Bolivia.
The content is only available to residents of Bolivia.
Another platform that offers cinema Latin America is Zine.ec, Founded by a team led by the Ecuadorian filmmaker and screenwriter Eduardo Araujo. Established in mid-2020, the site features films from the entire region, with a special focus on national productions.
It works through a subscription system, and most of the content can be viewed from anywhere in the world, with the exception of exceptions due to copyright restrictions, which apply to some specific products.