Maya Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights from Celluloid Nightmares to the Orozco brothers' thriller "Greetings to the Devil" and will release the film theatrically and on its VOD platform.
Amid a burst of expansion plans at the nation's dominant Spanish-language broadcaster, Univision will power up its 2011-2012 programming grid with 500 original hours of primetime and latenight shows.
ESPN Deportes, the leading Spanish-language sports web in the U.S., is launching its first-ever original scripted skein in the fall.
Colombian cinema has regained its box office mojo after a steady decline in recent years. Not since 2006, when Rodrigo Triana's military drama "Sonar no cuesta nada" (A Ton of Luck) made $6 million…
A quick guide to the key players in the Puerto Rican film industry.
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It has stood in for Iraq, Vietnam, Spain, Brazil, Cuba and various other far-flung places in the past. Now Puerto Rico is hoping to further boost its location appeal with an expanded film law.
Get to know a generation of promising talent energizing Chilean cinema