Los Angeles-based Maya Entertainment has snapped up U.S. rights to Ricardo de Montreuil's "Mancora," which debuted at Sundance and screened at the recent L.A. Latino Film Festival.
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Simon Brand's Colombian immigration drama "Paraiso Travel" (Paradise Travel) clinched the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival's Rita award for best film as well as its aud nod.
The court faceoff between Mexican media conglom Televisa and U.S. Hispanic giant Univision Communications has been moved yet again -- this time to Jan. 6
Music takes centerstage at the weeklong 12th L.A. Latino Film Festival, which opens today with Miguel Kohan's Argentine tango docu "Cafe de los Maestros."
NBC Universal's Telemundo has upped Johanna Guerra from VP to senior VP, network news.
It's a shame the Summer Olympics don't happen more often. Nielsen Media Research reports that Telemundo's 162-hour primetime coverage of the Beijing Games was viewed by 15.7 million, a 26% jump from…
Alameda Films, Mexico's oldest and most prolific film production company, marks its 60th year with a turn toward edgier fare. The producer of various Arturo Ripstein classics and 2003 Oscar-nommed…
Los Angeles-based Maya Entertainment will release Luis Mandoki's documentary "Fraude Mexico 2006" in the U.S. on Oct. 10, starting with Los Angeles, Denver and Phoenix.
Premium paybox Cine Latino has tapped former Telemundo CEO and founder of Panamax Films Jim McNamara to spearhead its revamp as its non-executive chairman.
This year, the Imagen Foundation doles out its awards with even more gusto than in the past. "I am consistently amazed with the exponential growth in both the quantity and quality of the entries we…
Mexican-born scribe Ligiah Villalobos doesn't think her much-lauded debut feature "La misma luna" (Under the Same Moon) centers on the immigration issue at all. "It's more about abandonment and the…