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Canadian and Latin American buyers at L.A. screenings 1993.

Argentina

Artelca: Horacio Arguello, Richard Podesta (Century Plaza) Cablevision: Carlos Laria (Century Plaza) Cintelba: Marcelo Bandiera (Century Plaza) Channel 13/Artear: Hugo di Guglielmo, Viviana Lisante, Lucio Pagliaro, Walter Segueira (Century Plaza) Diprom: Blanca De Ponce, Carlos Izcovic, Alfredo Odorisio (Century Plaza) Ledafilms: Pedro and Rene Leda (Century Plaza) Prom TV: Horacio Levin (Century Plaza) Telecinema: Ronnie Amendolara, Alberto Gonzales (Century Plaza) Telefe: Gustavo Yankelevich (Century Plaza)

Bolivia

Channel 9: Mario Cortes, Raul Garafulic, Carlos Kreuzfeldt, Fernando Perez, Mauricio Zembrana (Century Plaza) Channel 13: Ronald Murillo (Century Plaza) Coper: Walter Gasser (Century Plaza)

Brazil

Mega: Frances Reynolds (Westwood Marquis) Richers: Herbert Richers Sr. and Jr. (Century Plaza) Salles: Marina Gallies, Paulo Salles (Century Plaza)

Canada

Baton Broadcasting: Joseph Garwood, Catherine Huppe (Peninsula) BCN: Roy Gardner (Peninsula) CBC: Mark McInnis, Phyllis Platt (Four Seasons), Thomas Howe, Ivan Fecan, Peter Kretz CFCN: Pat McDougall, Bruce Nelson (Peninsula) CFMT: Farouk Muhammad, Leslie Sole, Tony Viner (Westwood Marquis) CHCH: Doug Gale, Steven Harris, Cheryle Heaney (Beverly Hilton), Wally Kirk, Boyd Ash, Drew Craig CKCO-TV: Alan Brooks (Peninsula) CTV: John Cassaday, Paul Robertson, D.M. Smith, Pip Wedge (Peninsula), Bruce Cowie, Vaughn Tozer, Tim Smith, Dale Taylor, Joe Irvine, Dick Prat, Scott Stirling Global: David Mintz, Doughen Gross, Howard Slutsken, Leonard Asper, Larry Nichols, David Merzetti, Ted Billo, John Peek, Patrick Radcliffe, Alan Netting, Bill Stewart, Jim Sward (Westwood Marquis) Sunnapta Broadc.: Bob Gibson (Peninsula) CityTV: Jay Switzer (Westwood Marquis)

Chile

Channel 4: Ingeborg Hahn, Juan Carlos Larrain, Juan Carlos Latorre, Eduardo Tironi, Cristian Vargara (Century Plaza) Channel 7: Jaime Aguirre, Bartolome Dezerega, German Maechtig (Century Plaza) Channel 13: Alfredo Abba, Eleodoro Rodriguez (Century Plaza) DINT: Patricia Menz (Century Plaza) Intercom: Juan Maisto (Century Plaza) Megavision: Alfredo Escobar, Jose Manuel Larran, Baltazar Sanchez (Century Plaza) Protel: Harold Berg, Eduardo Truyol (Century Plaza) RTL: Marcos Assadi, Osvaldo and Javier Barzelatto, Juan Pablo Carpenter, Ernesto Lombardi, Felipe Vial (Century Plaza)

Colombia

Audiovisuales: Jorge Lopez, Manuel Osorio, Maria Cecilia Vernaza (Century Plaza) Caracol: Paula Alvarez, Mabel de Ayalde, Gonzalo Cordoba, Mabel Garcia, C. Pizano, Patricia Tellez (Century Plaza) Cenpro: Luis Guillermo Camacho, Rocio de Diaz (Century Plaza) Cinevision: Mateo and Paula Arenas (Century Plaza) Jorge Baron: Jorge Luis and Luis Eduardo Baron (Century Plaza) DFL: Diego Fernando Londono, Carlos Eduardo Mejia (Century Plaza) Gecom: Kamela and Roberto Gil de Mares (Century Plaza) JES: Julio Sanchez Cristo (Century Plaza) Proyectamos: Tulio Angel (Century Plaza) Punch: Luz Maria Jaramillo, Alejandro Perez, Patricia Rodriguez (Century Plaza) RCN: Maria Lucia Hernandez, Mauricio Calle Otero (Marriott) RTI: Gabriel Gomez, Patricio Wills (Century Plaza) TV Cable: Matilde De Boshell (Century Plaza)

Costa Rica

Canal 4: Arnoldo, Bernardo, Luis Vargas, Lorena de Vargas (Century Plaza) Canal 6: Javier Bazo, Luis Guillermo Castro, Mario Sotela (Century Plaza) TV Costa Rica: Jorge Garro, Marco and Rene Picado, Rodrigo Sanchez (Century Plaza) Univision: Jose Humberto Brenes, Ramon Coll (Century Plaza)

Dominican Republic

Telepro: Leoncio Bisono (Century Plaza)

Ecuador

Cadena Ecuadoriana: Louishanna (Marriott) Canal 4: Gaston Carrera, Carlos Ycaza (Century Plaza) Cinemania: Diego Puente, Jorge Schwartz (Century Plaza) Ecuavisa: Xavier Alvarado (Century Plaza)

El Salvador

Canal Dos: Boris and Juan Carlos Eserski, Salvador Gadala (Century Plaza)

Guatemala

Channel 3: Fernando Villanueva (Century Plaza)

Honduras

Centroamericana: Carlos Rivera (Century Plaza) TV Hondurena: Jose Rafael Ferrari, Ana Maria and Rafael Villeda, Miriam Ynestroza (Century Plaza)

Mexico

Audiomaster: Jorge Garcia Arregui, Jose Giaccardi (Century Plaza) Elektra: Jose Ignacio Suarez (Century Plaza) Gussi: Horacio Altamirano, Alejandro Lebrija , Pedro Rodriguez (Century Plaza) Multivision: Alberto Ennis, Carolina Rojas, Ernesto Vargas, Alejandro Vasquez-Vela (Century Plaza) Televisa: Carlos Gardia Diego (Century Plaza)

Nicaragua

Channel 2: Alejandro Sacasa Jr., Octavio Sacasa (Century Plaza) Channel 6: Miguel Schiebel (Century Plaza)

Panama

Canal 2: Pedro Diaz, Jaime de la Guardia, Heidi and Herman Henriquez (Century Plaza) Channel 4: Lloyd O'Meally, Maria Elena Paniza, Yolanda Varela, Itzel Vasquez (Century Plaza) Canal 13: Rosa Burgos, Nicolas Gonzalez, Analida Lopez (Century Plaza)

Paraguay

Cable Vision: Olavi Heikel (Century Plaza) Canal 9: Alberto Riveros (Century Plaza) Canal 13: Garlindo Guaragna (Century Plaza)

Peru

Canal 2: Jimmy Arteaga, Baruch Ivcher (Century Plaza) Canal 5: Arturo Delgado, Ricardo Guzman (Century Plaza) Canal 13: Roberto de Ferrari (Century Plaza)

Puerto Rico

Canal 2: Francisco Arrieta, Ileana Santiago (Century Plaza) Canal 11: John Chaffee, Diana Hernandez, David Murphy (Century Plaza) Canal 13: Marcello Cuneo (Century Plaza) Distel: Miguel Rosenfeld (Century Plaza) Special Prods: Migdalia Inocencio (Century Plaza)

Uruguay

Channel 4: Carlos Novaro, Hugo Romay, Carlos Santangelo (Century Plaza) Channel 12: Carlos Restano (Century Plaza) Saeta: Heber Villar (Century Plaza)

Venezuela

Canal 4: Manuel Fraiz-Grijalba, Soledad Leiva, Ramon Solorzano, Luis Villanueva (Century Plaza) Canal 10: Vicente Calandrielo, Miguel Ferreira, Victor Ferreres, Gustavo Grossman (Century Plaza) Mad TV: Mercedes Marquez (Century Plaza)

U.S.

Jack Singer (Century Plaza)
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