The first Peruvian movies were filmed in 1934 (Resaca by Alberto Santana) and in 1936 (Buscando Olvido). Recently Francisco Jose Lombardi, one of the most notable Peruvian director, has filmed most of his films from adaptations of known Peruvian novels. In 1993 an action feature Peruvian film Sniper were made by Louis Llosa. Also he filmed Anaconda (1997) in co-producing with the U.S. and Brazil. Jennifer Lopez and Ice Cube have starred there. In 2010 the director Terry Cunningham filmed another Peruvian film El-dorado about ancient hidden treasures. Louis Llosa's niece Claudia Llosa is one of the most successful directors in Peru. Her films Madeinusa (2006) and The Milk of Sorrow (2009) have received a number of international films awards. The Milk of Sorrow was nominated for the Academy Awards for The Best Foreign Language Picture in 2010. It was the first of Peruvian films nominated for the Academy.
The amazing story of Daniel, a dolphin who abandons the safety of his pod to explore the ocean and discover the true purpose of his life.
A "National Geographic" film crew is taken hostage by an insane hunter, who takes them along on his quest to capture the world's largest - and deadliest - snake.
Tough guy Thomas Beckett is a US Marine working in the Panamanian jungle. His job is to seek out rebels and remove them using his sniper skills. Beckett is notorious for losing his partners on such missions. This time he's accompanied by crack marksman Richard Miller, who's more of an office-type. Together they plan to seek out an important rebel leader, whilst avoiding a rogue marksman who frequents this part of the jungle.