Roberto Schneider's period drama "Arranancame la vida" (Tear Up My Life) is Mexico's entry into the running for a foreign language Oscar slot.
Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa launched a pair of Internet portals Friday that are designed to open the online floodgate to the conglom's vast library.
By maintaining a careful balancing act between bigger-budget and indie films, Gussi topper Altamirano has guided this decades-old regional distributor to consistent success, typically outgunning…
Looking to diversify auds' options, Mexican loop Cinemex is teaming up with theatrical shingle TAC Prods. to offer a novel blend of stage and screen.
The Mexican state of Jalisco, home to the Guadalajara Film Festival, will be one of the first in the nation to fund film production via a local subsidy.
The sixth Morelia Film Festival, Mexico's showcase for new and emerging filmmakers, is growing in scale with 85 pics in competition, up 10% on 2007.
Guadalajara electro-pop trio Belanova will be headlining on home turf at the MTV Latin American awards on Oct. 16.
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…