A promising debut for "Tiempo final" (Countdown), Fox Intl. Channel's (FIC) first original drama skein for basic cable in Latin America, bodes well for the future of original programming on…
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Mexico's seaside resort of Cancun takes centerstage for five days when the inaugural Cancun Intl. Film Festival (CIFF) kicks off Nov. 14. New event joins an increasingly crowded Mexican festival…
Mexican cinema can thank the orange groves of California for Lopez's much-lauded acting career.
Puerto Rico's film industry is booming, thanks to a 40% tax credit incentive available to both local and international productions and a film fund that backs up to 80% of a local pic's budget (or…
A driving force behind Bolivia's small film industry, Bellot helmed, wrote and produced his breakout pic, "Sexual Dependency," as well as his next hit, "Who Killed the White Llama?" a knockabout road…
Caracas-born Jakubowicz now resides in Los Angeles in self-imposed exile after his breakout kidnap drama, "Secuestro express," angered the Hugo Chavez government.
Mar started acting onstage at age 8 and has since honed her craft on television, particularly telenovelas, where she goes by her real name, Marcela Gardeazabal.
Gotham plays host to the first biennial showcase of Chilean cinema, which kicked off Thursday with Matias Bize's drama "En la cama" (In bed) followed by a Q&A with the helmer.
Colombian scribe Gustavo Bolivar Moreno, whose novel and its eponymous Colombian TV adaptation "Sin tetas no hay paraiso" (Without Breasts There is No Paradise) is being remade by NBC U and its U.S…
Led by an expanding television audience of young adults, revenues at leading U.S. Hispanic media company Univision Communications increased 4.4% in the third quarter to $529.1 million, compared with…
In a first for the U.S. Hispanic market, NBC U-owned Telemundo will stream its programming on Yahoo! Telemundo.