Latin America's oldest fest, Colombia's 46th Cartagena Int'l Film Festival, opens Friday with Pacho Bottia's "Juana tenia el pelo de oro" and wraps March 10 with Alessandro Basile's "El cielo."
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The story behind the Brazilian bobsled team in the Torino Winter Olympics is coming to the bigscreen. Miami-based producer Piedad Palacios has inked with Eric Maleson, founder and prexy of the…
If ABC does greenlight the "Betty la Fea" pilot it has ordered from Ben Silverman's Reveille Prods. Stateside, it can look south to Mexican web Televisa for good news.
The Latin America ops of the Motion Picture Assn. and the Intl. Federation of the Phonographic Industry have pacted to improve joint anti-piracy and legislative efforts across the region where music…
"Desperate Housewives" is ready to roll out in Latin America: TV Azteca in Mexico, Rede TV in Brazil, Artear in Argentina, RCN in Colombia and Canal 13 in Chile will kick off their adaptations of the…
Mexico's 21st Guadalajara Film Festival opens March 24 with Carlos Saura's latest pic, musical "Iberia," and wraps March 31 with Edward James Olmos' student-protest drama "Walkout."
Gael Garcia Bernal is attached to star in Brazilian helmer Hector Babenco's next film, "O Pasado" (The Past). Project is based on the novel by Argentine scribe Alan Pauls.
NBC U's Spanish-language web Telemundo claims it has delivered its best monthly performance ever in January.
A Colombian ugly duckling has catapulted the telenovela genre out of its Latin American barrio and generated more clones than any other Latin sudser.
NBC U's bilingual web mun2 is reaping the benefits of its programming strategy and creative hires since its relaunch Oct. 1.
Televisa's legal battle with Univision is heating up after the Mexican media giant asked an L.A. court to end its contentious 25-year programming deal with the Spanish-language U.S. network. Televisa…