Mexico's national art film funder Foprocine will back "Cefalopodo," one of the latest films picked up by upstart Mexican distrib Canana.
Organizers of the sixth Morelia Intl. Film Festival unveiled the competition films on Monday, including "Los bastardos" (The Bastards), Amat Escalante's tale of immigrants in Los Angeles driven to…
Moving away from the telenovelas that are its tortillas and salsa, Mexican conglom Televisa is taking a cue from the U.S. with its upcoming dramatic series "Terminales." Enlisting thesps from the…
Mexico's Motion Picture Assn. named Federico De la Garza Caballero as national director Thursday.
Televisa announced Monday the creation of a Spanish-language soccer channel to be bundled with satellite holding Sky Sports.
Though feeling the heat from the U.S. economic downturn, Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster TV Azteca reported a 48% rise in net income to $32.2 million Tuesday, resulting from "superior" ad plans and sales…
"The Dark Knight" tied up the competition at the Mexican B.O. last weekend, taking in 68.2 million pesos ($6.74 million) for the strongest debut of the year. Pic is distributed by Warner Bros. Mexico…
Televisa, Mexico's top broadcaster, saw net sales gain $166.1 million in the second quarter, bolstered by the strong growth and consolidation of its satellite and cable feevees, the company announced…
With the June 30 bow of telenovela "Juramento," Telemundo Studios Mexico launches its first 100% made-in-Mexico production, the first of many, studio prexy Patricio Wills says.
A star-studded Mexican version of Argentine crime miniseries "Asesinas Mujeres" (Killer Women) is getting huge auds in Mexico for Televisa's pay TV platform Cablevision.
MTV's Latin America awards show "Los Premios MTV" will be held at the Telmex Auditorium in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Oct. 16.
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