The Dominican Republic's chances of a foreign Oscar slot were scuttled over a technicality when the island nation entered "La hija natural" (Love Child) on Monday, the deadline.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Sony Pictures Television, which found early success in licensing adaptations of such scripted shows as "Who's the Boss" and "The Nanny," is making great strides in the sale of light entertainment…
Spurred by the enormous worldwide success of "Ugly Betty," Colombian telenovela production and sales have grown exponentially over the past decade.
BBC Worldwide is producing its first commissioned drama in Latin America, "Los Sonicos," via its exclusive partnership with Argentine indie GP Media.
The Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Arts and Industry has chosen helmer Ian Padron's feature debut "Habanastation" as its foreign language Oscar hopeful.
Uruguay is submitting helmer Gustavo Hernandez's low-budget horror pic "La casa muda" (The Silent House) to vie for a foreign-language film Oscar nomination.
Peru's National Film Council, Conacine, has selected Cannes 2010 Un Certain Regard Grand Jury prize winner "October" (Octubre) to represent the country in the foreign-language Oscar category.
Chile's Audiovisual Arts Council has submitted "Violeta," by helmer Andres Wood, to represent the country in the foreign-language film category at the Oscars. A special committee of some 40 reps from…
The Film Academy of the Philippines has submitted Marlon Rivera's film-within-a-film "The Woman in a Septic Tank" ("Ang babae sa septic tank") to represent the archipelago nation for foreign-language…
Colombia's fledgling 2-year-old Academy of Cinematographic Arts & Sciences has selected Carlos Cesar Arbelaez's helming debut, "Los colores de la montana" (The Colors of the Mountain), to represent…
Ryan Murphy's skein "American Horror Story" will debut around the globe within four weeks of its U.S. bow thanks to a multi-territory licensing deal between Fox Intl. Channels and 20th Century Fox.