NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo has settled a four-year-old federal lawsuit filed by Mexican media conglom Televisa in Miami for an undisclosed amount.
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You can't beat the music budget on Issa Lopez's "Casi Divas": The Mexican scribe-helmer landed Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer for the low, low cost of just $1 dollar.
Azteca America, the U.S. subsid of Mexico's No. 2 web TV Azteca, has extended its Los Angeles carriage with former partner Pappas Telecasting to December 2012.
Three Brazilian films are bowing in quick succession early this year and at least one other is due this summer, an unprecedented number for the U.S.
Mexican helmer Alfonso Arau is directing his first Italian-language film "L'imbroglio nel lenzuolo" (The Trick in the Light), starring Maria Grazia.
Colombian helmer Andi Baiz, whose debut pic "Satanas" is vying for a foreign Oscar nom, will direct his next pic in English for U.S. indie Stick n' Stone Prods.
Univision Music Group prexy Jose Behar has sued Univision Communications, accusing the parent company of harming the music division's revs in order to pay less for his equity stake.
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…
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…