With over 15 years of experience promoting, exhibiting, distributing and programming Latin American films, Cinema Tropical has proven to be a successful and efficient source for publicizing and marketing films from these countries. With a customized campaign and unconventional "guerrilla" tactics, we can help you reach a target audience that will attend your film and spread the word on the street and through specialized channels. For more detailed information on our marketing and publicity services please call us at (212) 254-5474 or email us.

 

PAST AND CURRENT CLIENTS:

  • Film Forum
  • Film Movement
  • Icarus Films
  • The Film Sales Company
  • Elephant Eye Films
  • The Museum of Modern Art
  • First Run Features
  • PBS' POV Series
  • Brazilian Film Festival of New York
  • Kino Lorber Films
  • Music Box Films
  • The Film Society of Lincoln Center
  • Menemsha Entertainment
  • Cinereach
  • Screen Media Films
  • Cinema Guild
  • The Film Collaborative
  • Monument Releasing
 

 

  • Oscilloscope Laboratories
  • 20th Century Fox
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • S.O.B's
  • Outsider Pictures
  • The H&M High Line Festival
  • The King Juan Carlos I Center at NYU
  • Hola Mexico Film Festival
  • Strand Releasing
  • Ocesa Presents
  • Ibermedia
  • Palm Pictures
  • New Yorker Films
  • Tartan Films
  • Warner Independent Pictures

 

Cinema Tropical has worked on numerous campaigns in different capacities, which have included the New York premieres of Amores Perros (Lions Gate Films), Y Tú Mamá También (IFC Films), El Crimen del Padre Amaro (Samuel Goldwyn Films), special word-of-mouth screenings for The Revenant (20th Century Fox), Crystal Fairy and the Magic Cactus (IFC Films), Sin Nombre and The Motorcycle Diaries (Focus Features), Duck Season (Warner Independent Pictures), Babel (Paramount Vantage) and Ladrón que Roba a Ladrón (Lionsgate).

Cinema Tropical has also worked on the marketing and publicity campaign for the theatrical releases of The Clan (Fox International), Neon Bull and Güeros (Kino Lorber Films), The Second Mother (Oscilloscope Laboratories), Horse Money (Cinema Guild), Nostalgia for the Light (Icarus Films), The Maid (Elephant Eye Films), Crude (First Run Features), Live-in Maid (The Film Sales Company), Lake Tahoe (Film Movement), La León (Music Box Films) and the Hola México Film Festival, MoMA and the Rio Film Festival's Premiere Brazil festival, among many others projects.