Editors, dancers, actors, musicians, designers and cultural producers from ten South American countries spent three days exchanging information and closing deals in Bogota, Colombia, during the second edition of the Cultural Industry Market of the South (MICSUR). Many of them have discussed future partnerships, like Chilean audiovisual producer Catalina Donoso, who brought a cycle of three documentaries entitled “Paisajes de Norte a Sur” [North to South Landscapes].
MICSUR is considered the most important meeting aimed at South American cultural and creative markets. About 3,500 people attended the event, which is promoted by the Culture Ministry from ten South American countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. In Brazil, the event was organized in partnership with the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil).