The Philippines has chosen docu-drama "Noy," starring Coco Martin, to represent the country in the race for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
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Peru has chosen Javier Fuentes-Leon's "Contracorriente" (Undertow) to vie for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
Lionsgate and Mexican media giant Grupo Televisa are expanding on their 2-year-old strategic partnership to jointly form a shingle.
Venezuela, Taiwan and Japan have entered pics for the foreign-language Oscar.
Colombia's long-awaited third channel remains in limbo as the country's state council determines how to deal with demands for more competitive bids.
Frida Torresblanco, the former head of Alfonso Cuaron's Esperanto label who produced Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth," Carlos Cuaron's "Rudo y Cursi" and other hits, has launched Braven Films.
Wednesday night's Los Angeles Latino Film Festival closing ceremony saw Venezuelan/Cuban pic "Habana Eva," directed by Fina Torres, walk away with the Rita Award for best film.
Findings from a Univision-AP poll relating to Hispanics' media consumption reveal that almost all Spanish-dominant U.S. Hispanics, and almost of half of those whose dominant language is English…
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo has inked a multi-year output deal with Colombia's Caracol TV, its first such pact in five years.
Classic sitcom "The Golden Girls" is getting a Spanish makeover with some of Spain's most acclaimed veteran thesps poised to play the female leads.
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