Incentives, treaties, soft money and straight grants help producers raise money, ink pacts
Anna Marie de la Fuente
NBCUniversal's Hispanic unit Telemundo Media has bolstered its exec ranks with two programming appointments.
Good news for Latino talent in the U.S.: A Latino talent agency dubbed World Talent House (WTH) is setting up shop in Los Angeles.
Comedy Central Latin America is bowing its flagship comedy "Roast" in the region, choosing veteran Mexican comic Hector Suarez as its first victim.
While Ecuadorians have been able to choose more homegrown fare amid the usual glut of Hollywood films (U.S. pics maintain a better than 90% marketshare) the sad reality is that there aren't enough…
The past few years have seen a boom in local films in Ecuador.
Prolific is good. Deep-pocketed is even better.
Hispanic media giant Univision Communications is rebranding its TeleFutura broadcast network as UniMas.
Hollywood-based Argentine helmer-scribe Gabriela Tagliavini is prepping "The Anatomist's Secret," a true story about the 16th century Italian surgeon who discovered the clitoris.
Creating a powerful new Latin American player, Hollywood's IM Global and Mexico and L.A.'s Canana, headed by Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz, are teaming to launch Mundial.
Michael Apted picked up a helmer award at the Baja Int'l Film Festival.