MEXICO CITY – LatAm's top exhib Cinepolis, the world's fourth-largest chain, continues its expansion into the U.S. market with a complex in San Francisco opening by 2014. As the company grows…
Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto presented a legislative package to Congress Monday that could change the face of local TV and the telecommunications industry, including a fast track provision to…
Helmer Benjamin Avila's "Infancia clandestina" (Clandestine Childhood), a tale of lost innocence amid Argentina's brutal dictatorship, took top honors in the Iberoamerican fiction section of the 28th…
"Buenaventura mon amour," which was co-developed for multi-platform distribution by L.A.-based The Alchemists Storytelling Company, was one of four winners at the 9th Ibero-American Co-production…
Now in his third term at the helm of the Guadalajara Intl. Film Festival, Ivan Trujillo has placed his own stamp on the festival, first moving the main venue to the extra-large convention space Expo…
Latin America is coming together as a regional and international movie co-producer.
Overseeing local cinema's fortunes in the world's eighth biggest film market, Jorge Sanchez, the new head of Mexico's Imcine film fund, has already set one major priority: Carving out larger…
NBCU's Telemundo Intl. announced a five-year deal with Chilean web TVN to adapt the latter's telenovela formats as well as extending a global distribution deal first made in 2006.
Mexico's top two exhibs Cinepolis and Cinemex are planning to spend a combined $200 million in 2013 on infrastructure and screens.
Mexico's box office jumped 9.4% to $841 million in 2012, powered by Hollywood blockbusters, which filled the top 10, according to national film office Canacine.
For the first time since the revolution began in 1953, Cuba is transmitting a foreign TV signal in real time with the entry of Venezuela's Telesur, which began broadcasting 13 1/2 hours a day this…