Caracas-born Jakubowicz now resides in Los Angeles in self-imposed exile after his breakout kidnap drama, "Secuestro express," angered the Hugo Chavez government.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
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.
Fledgling Miami-based sales and production company Ondamax Films, sister shingle Buena Onda Americas and Bolivian producer Prodecine have jointly launched a network of 50 digital screens in Bolivia.
Jennifer Lopez starrer "Bordertown," produced through her Nuyorican shingle, looks set to go straight to DVD.
The Puerto Rico Film Corp. is launching promo entity Cinema Puerto Rico to showcase the island's latest pics, fueled by a revitalized film industry.
RCTV, the 53 year old Venezuelan terrestrial network that was yanked off the airwaves in May for its anti-government stance, is again defying the populist regime of President Hugo Chavez by producing…
Struggling U.S. Hispanic web Azteca America and an anonymous U.S. partner are bidding for independent station KWHY-TV, the second Los Angeles channel of NBC-U Spanish-language web Telemundo.