Sony Pictures Television has upped Russell Kline to senior VP of channel operations, Latin America.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
Buoyed by a vibrant film scene and savvy government aid, the tiny South American nation of Uruguay has started to draw international attention.
Maya Entertainment is boarding the video-on-demand wagon by striking a pact with In Demand Networks to deliver its growing catalog of Latino pics to U.S. households.
The 13th Los Angeles Latino Film Festival will kick off Oct. 11 with Pedro Almodovar's "Broken Embraces."
Los Angeles-based indie distrib Veranda Entertainment has clinched a partnership deal with Hispanic news and information provider ImpreMedia.
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo has bought a noncontrolling 40% stake in its Colombian partner RTI to launch RTI Prods.
Soxie Topacio's dark comedy "Grandfather Is dead" (Ded na si Lolo) trumped a slew of contenders to represent the Philippines in the hunt for a nomination for foreign-language film Oscar.
President of Univision Networks Cesar Conde is facing the challenge of ramping up inhouse production at a growing conglom amid a climate of economic uncertainty.
Latin America is becoming a hotbed for animation as local producers forge ties with international companies, while more studios are keen to distribute their toons.
Renowned for her versatility and aptitude with accents, Meryl Streep seems able to play almost any role. Now, a group of thesps -- all men -- will try to find their inner Streep.
Revenues continued their downward slide but TV audiences rose for Univision Communications, which Monday posted 2009 second quarter net revenues of $519.5 million, down 4% from $541.4 million the…