Mexico has released the names of the first three films to receive funding from the nation's new tax incentive program, known as the Fondo ProAudiovisual.
Two weeks after winning Mexico's foreign-language Oscar entry, Alejandro Inarritu's "Biutiful" opened the Morelia Film Festival on Saturday with helmer and Palm d'Or-winning topper Javier Bardem in…
In a span of eight weeks, Mexican conglom Televisa has made a bold grab for U.S. media power.
After years of legal disputes over content deals, Mexican TV giant Televisa and U.S. Spanish-lingo web Univision have kissed and made up.
Spanish-language media giant Televisa said Tuesday it had closed a deal that may deliver up to a 35% stake in U.S. web Univision.
Mexico's Academy of Film Arts and Sciences has chosen Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Biutiful" as its candidate for a nomination in the foreign language category of the Oscars.
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon issued a decree Thursday that will accelerate the nation's terrestrial analog-to-digital switchover by six years to 2015.
The explosion, coming shortly after midnight, caused no injuries but damages Televisa studio.
Estudios Interlomas gains traction as key competitor to the capital's aging studios.
Sale of Chilevision to Time Warner allows president to brush aside rhetoric of political opponents.
Pyramide Intl. continues to land key territorial sales with Michael Rowe's Mexican drama "Leap Year."
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