Venezuela's "The Rumble of the Stones" (El rumor de las piedras), from scribe-helmer Alejandro Bellame, trumped 10 other contenders to represent the country in the Oscar foreign-language film race.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
BBC Worldwide's psychological thriller "Mad Dogs" and sci-fi drama "Outcasts" have found a berth on DirecTV Latin America.
While U.S. auds have been gradually slipping away from news and current affairs shows, Univision's U.S. Spanish-speaking viewers are embracing the format.
The Dominican Republic has launched a film commission, tapping Ellis Perez as director general of cinematography.
Cuban-born TV personality Cristina Saralegui is used to fighting battles: over whether to speak English or Spanish on her talkshow, over whether Hispanic auds would embrace discussion about taboo…
Sony Pictures Television and Colombia's Caracol Television have inked a three-year pact to co-produce at least two primetime skeins a year for Caracol.
Univision reported a 7.7% dip in net revenue for the second quarter to $590.4 million from $639.8 million in 2010 primarily due to increased royalty payments to its main programming supplier…
"Cowboys & Aliens," co-produced and co-written by Roberto Orci, will be the closing night gala presentation on July 25 at the 15th Los Angeles Latino Film Festival.
The new cable drama "RPM Miami" is a high-octane sudser -- think "Fast and the Furious" meets "Desperate Housewives."
U.S. Spanish-language TV has flourished in recent years, with ad revenue growing 8.6% to about $3.3 billion in 2010, according to Kantar Media.