That well-known catchphrase "No es TV, es HBO," is not lost in translation in Latin America, where HBO is becoming as much a watchword for quality content as it is Stateside.
Anna Marie de la Fuente
The U.S. will soon have greater access to programming from Colombia, a prolific producer of telenovelas. Colombian network Caracol Television has inked with William de la Pena to own a stake in…
Havana's 27th Film Festival of New Latin American Cinema wrapped Friday with an even spread of kudos across Latin America.
Imax is ramping up construction of its giant screens in Latin America, inking a pact with top entertainment developer Racimec Intl. Group to install three systems in Chile and Venezuela.
Is Univision for sale? Given the latest turn of events, most pundits think that's a logical assumption. The first hint was the surprise announcement in its November third-quarter report that it would…
Mun2, the newly relaunched bilingual cable net, has taken another step in its revamp with the hiring of creative pros.
Hollywood Gang Prods. is poised to bring another historical figure to the bigscreen with "Conquistador," an "intimate epic" revolving around 16th century Spanish explorer Hernan Cortes. Pic's budget…
Digital filmmaking is taking hold in the adopted land of Che Guevara, and Fidel Castro's government is embracing the new regime. The Cuban Institute of Cinematic Art and Industry (ICAIC) has shifted…
Brazil's leading digital cinema distribber Rain Network has joined forces with its New York-based counterpart Emerging Pictures to form Rain U.S. New joint digital distribution and exhibition venture…
Havana's 27th Intl. Film Festival of New Latin American Cinema kicks off today with Tristan Bauer's "Iluminados por el fuego" from Argentina. Event wraps Dec. 16 with the winning pic. Close to 100…
ESPN has named former Televisa exec Gerardo Casanova its first general manager in Mexico. Move points to cable net's keen interest in developing new opportunities in radio, print, wireless and…