Even before the Ariels -- Mexico's equivalent of the Oscars -- were to be handed out April 13, acrimony was building between disgruntled filmmakers, organizers at the local Academy of Film Arts and…
NBC's Spanish-language network Telemundo is claiming nighttime ratings victory on Mexican TV as it reaches a key milestone in its transition to becoming a globally active, content-driven company.
The 25th edition of the Guadalajara Film Festival feted Colombian helmer Carlos Gaviria's "Portraits in a Sea of Lies" (Retratos en un mar de Mentiras) and Nicolas Pereda's "Perpetuum Mobile" with…
For generations, helmers like Mel Gibson have fallen in love with Mexico as a backdrop, perhaps starting the day John Huston jumped off a boat at the Port of Veracruz in 1925.
Mexico's no. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca has seen its legal woes go from bad to worse in recent weeks.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Tuesday unveiled an extra 7.5% tax rebate for location shoots to lure large, foreign productions to Mexico.
Co-prods and nearly-there projects are in the spotlight this year at Guadalajara.
To say that the Mexican film industry started out the new year somewhat like a recovering swine flu victim would be telling only part of the story.
Variety highlights numerous Mexican standouts with international potential.
Carlos Carrera returns to the Guadalajara Film Festival competition with "De la infancia."
A Mexico City judge ruled against the nation's No. 2 web TV Azteca Wednesday for violation of the copyright on two films it screened.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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