Palm Pictures has bought North American and Caribbean rights to Sebastian Cordero's Spanish-language thriller "Cronicas." John Leguizamo, Alfred Molina and Damian Alcazar head the cast.
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Opera tenor Placido Domingo, along with actors John Leguizamo and George Lopez, raised the star wattage at the 19th annual Imagen Awards at the Regent Beverly Wilshire on Thursday.
Peru has become an unlikely hero in Latin America's anti-piracy battle where losses from motion picture piracy are estimated at $344 million.
Mauricio Islas, the lead actor in "La Prisionera," a top-rated primetime telenovela on NBC-owned Hispanic net Telemundo, was arrested in Miami on Thursday charges of having sex with an underage…
Twentieth Century Fox Mexico has picked up the Mexican distribution rights to Luis Mandoki's "Casas de Carton" (working title). Company is in talks to acquire Latin American rights.
U.S.-based helmer Ramona Diaz's "Imelda," the controversial documentary about the Philippines' former first lady Imelda Marcos, is racing past local features at the box office in its home country.
First, Hollywood faced runaway shoots. Now it faces another problem: runaway directors. And it seems to be a peculiarly Latino phenomenon of late.
Canadian shingle Atopia is launching North American theatrical distribution operations. Its first release will be "A Silent Love," the feature debut of Montreal-based Argentine helmer Federico…
Elia Schneider's "Punto y raya" of Venezuela grabbed the best picture award at the eighth Los Angeles Latino Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
After appeals from Edward James Olmos to sit down "or the fire marshals won't let us start the movie," the U.S. premiere of Mexican hit "Ladies Night" began unspooling -- an hour late -- Friday to…
It had to happen. The novelty of reality TV has worn off in Latin America so broadcasters are looking for fresh ways to milk tried-and-true shows like "Big Brother" or are coming up with their own…