South Korean period dramedy "King and the Clown" by Lee Joon-ik took home feature honors at the 3rd Cape Town World Cinema fest, which wrapped Tuesday.
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Now that "Ugly Betty," ABC's version of the 1999 Colombian telenovela "Yo soy Betty la fea," has become a bona fide ratings winner in the U.S. following the original's outstanding worldwide success…
Arclight Films has sold all Japanese rights to Xanadu and Australian rights to Hoyts Distribution for Alfonso Arau's upcoming tango drama "Dare to Love Me."
Behind "Sonar no cuesta nada" (A Ton of Luck), Colombia's official entry to the Best Foreign Film Oscar race, is a woman at the vanguard of her country's production boom.
Univision Communications, which in September greenlit a $12.3 billion buyout by private investors led by Haim Saban, said Thursday that third-quarter net revenues rose 7.8% to $536 million year on…
Oz-U.S. sales company Arclight Films has picked up international rights to Alfonso Arau's upcoming "Dare to Love Me," a $15 million epic romancer set in 1930s Paris about the life of Argentine tango…
Venezuelan-based news channel TeleSur has inked a content exchange and news gathering support pact with the BBC. Agreement signed by BBC News' Adrian van Klaveren and TeleSur prexy Andres Izarra…
In a bid to fill a gaping need for agents specializing in Latino films, two new Latin American sales companies are launching operations at AFM.
The Dominican Republic is launching its inaugural film festival Nov. 8 with Oscar buzz-worthy pics including Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Babel," Kevin MacDonald's "The Last King of Scotland" and…
Just a month after a surprise raid on its Mexico City-based co-producer's studio forced a halt in production, NBC U's Telemundo has restarted its reality show "Quinceanera" in Miami.
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo today launches its first program from Mexico's Televisa, which has a long-term programming supply accord with Telemundo archrival Univision that expires…