Gael Garcia Bernal will star as five-time world boxing champ Roberto Duran in "Hands of Stone."
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Sony Pictures Television is co-producing its second telenovela with Colombia's Caracol TV.
Talent includes Miguel Cohan, Paula Cosenza, Gregorio Gonzalez, Hilda Hidalgo and Jaime Osorio.
Films screening at Ventana Sur include "A Cursed Summer," "Baby Shower," "Lope," and "October."
Fox Intl. Channels Spain and Fox Latin America are teaming for the first time to co-produce a Spanish-language skein for their respective markets.
Discovery Networks Intl. has launched a global creative unit and tapped Luis Silberwasser to head it as executive VP and chief content officer.
As prexy and COO of L.A.-based Nala Films, Darlene Caamano Loquet draws on her wealth of experience in the biz to push a slate of sound, uplifting pics.
Miami-based Latino sales company Ondamax Films is launching a theatrical, DVD and VOD label to release Latino pics in the U.S. and Canada.
Buoyed by record auds and strong growth in advertising revenue, Univision Communications unveiled a robust third-quarter profit of $44.1 million, up from $5.4 million the previous year.
A debate is under way on whether the influx of 3D pics and the growing digitalization of screens in Latin America has been a boon or a setback for indie pics.