L.A.-based Latino studio Maya Entertainment has snagged international rights to "La Mission" by helmer-scribe Peter Bratt.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Azteca America has upped chief operations officer Martin Breidsprecher to CEO.
Film funds have been sprouting up across Latin America, contributing to a vibrant film biz in the region.
LA.-based helmer Diego Velasco's "Zero Hour" has cleared unusual hurdles in the race to become Venezuela's all-time B.O. champ.
A group of Chilean filmmakers and investors are pooling resources to create the country's first private equity film fund.
Faced with growing protests against his government and a faltering economy, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez has tightened his chokehold on local media, driving some network chiefs into exile.
Rio de Janeiro-based equity investor RioFilme has launched a pioneering cinema circuit in the city's hillside slums, or favelas.
Univision Communications has tapped former AOL and NBC Universal TV exec Randy Falco for a newly created position of exec VP and chief operating officer as it continues to strengthen its management…
Talks are under way to bring Off Broadway one-woman show "They Call Me La Lupe," starring "Dexter's" Lauren Velez as the titular character, to the bigscreen.
Buoyed by 3D hits led by "Toy Story 3D," total 2010 box office in Colombia leaped 30% to $136.5 million vs. $104.8 million the previous year, according to local B.O. research company Cadbox.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures