Have sexy Mexican telenovelas -- the bread and butter of Televisa and TV Azteca -- lost their mojo? Actors are turning down heavy makeout scenes, opting instead for chaste pecks on the cheek, out of…
Theaters may have reopened in Mexico, but cautious government health officials are requiring movie patrons to sit seven feet apart, crippling the exhibition business there just as Hollywood summer…
Theater closures across Mexico in an effort to stem the spread of the AH1N1 flu virus are adding to the financial woes of an already beleaguered film industry.
Amid flu-related doom and gloom in Mexico, Spanish-language TV giant Televisa and its smaller rival TV Azteca released quarterly financials Thursday offering a little good news -- both reported…
A superhero is among the casualties of the deadly outbreak of swine influenza in Mexico City -- the epicenter of the potential flu pandemic.
A schism has emerged between the old and the new guard of Mexican cinema with industryites calling for changes in the membership and voting rules of the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences.
Helmer Fernando Eimbcke's "Lake Tahoe" garnered Ariels for film, director and male supporting actor (Hector Herrera) at Mexico's Academy of Film, Arts and Sciences awards on Tuesday evening.
The 24th Guadalajara Film Festival wrapped up Friday, giving top honors to Gerardo Tort's "Viaje Redondo" (Round Trip) and Peruvian helmer Claudia Llosa's "La teta asustada" (The Milk of Sorrow) in…
Spanish-language web Telemundo and Mexican mega-conglom Televisa get even cozier with the launch of a joint-venture cable channel aimed at Mexico and Latin America.
Paramount's newly named Worldwide Acquisitions Group prexy, Mineko Mori, points to an improving Mexican market, which now ranks fifth in the world among filmgoers and is seeing a spike in U.S. studio…