Colombia's Caracol TV is giving viewers a chance to get off their sofas. Web is calling for aspiring actors to audition for the country's first interactive telenovela, set to debut Sept. 11.
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Palm Pictures has picked up all North American rights to Carlos Bolado's "Solo Dios sabe" (Only God Knows), which premiered at January's Sundance Film Fest and opened July's New York Intl. Latino…
Alfonso Cuaron's 1991 debut pic, "Solo con tu pareja" (Love in the Time of Hysteria), will finally hit U.S. screens, courtesy of IFC Films, which plans a limited release starting Sept. 20. The…
Venevision Intl., the Miami-based subsid of Venezuelan media conglom Cisneros Group, launches a 24-hour Spanish-language movie channel, VeneMovies, today. Cable giant Comcast and Midwest cabler…
Under the iron hand of its polarizing left-wing prexy Hugo Chavez, Venezuela has been doing its darndest to boost its local film industry -- and make Hollywood pay dearly to do business there.
Chile's most prominent international film festival, Valdivia, gave its top Premio Pudu honor to Belgian pic "L'enfant," winner of the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2005.
Not many pop idols can claim to have performed before the European Parliament, but that is exactly what Colombia crooner Juanes did April 19 when he had buttoned-up politicos swaying, clapping and…
A pic based on real events, "Sonar no cuesta nada" (To Dream Costs Nothing), is outpacing "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" in Colombia as auds opt for Rodrigo Triana's…
The number of U.S. broadcast nets to be measured nationally by Nielsen continues to grow. Azteca America, the U.S. subsid of No. 2 Mexican web TV Azteca, has joined Nielsen's National Television…
Miami-based Fuego Entertainment has unveiled plans to launch a bilingual Hispanic network in the U.S. The publicly traded company has issued a letter of intent to acquire 14 television stations for…