BBC Worldwide Americas' first upfront in Mexico City attracted more than 60 buyers from cablers, nets and online digital platforms, building on the existing Rio screenings to reach deeper into…
Natalia Beristain's first feature "I Don't Want to Sleep Alone" (No quiero dormir sola) claimed the jury prize for film Saturday at the close of the 10th Morelia Film Festival with the docu jury…
Mexicans tuning in Nov. 7 to Televisa's top-rated morning show "El Mananero," hosted by Victor Trujillo -- aka "El Brozo," the news clown -- were greeted by an on-air interview with Univision anchor…
Cannes laureates Michel Franco and Michael Rowe are teaming up to create "Hotel Garage" for the smallscreen in Mexico via Franco's new shingle, Lucia Films.
Fest attendance nears 100,000 in 33 cities globally
Subsidies nurture next gen Mexican helmers
Mexico's broadcast giant Televisa told investors Thursday it is raising $800 million in the next three years to launch its mobile phone partnership with local operator Iusacell, a deal that will put…
MEXICO CITY -- The head of Mexico's congressional telco panel spoke out against eight lawsuits issued by Mexico's dominant broadcasters Televisa and TV Azteca lodged to delay the nation's digital…
MEXICO CITY -- The world's largest producer of Spanish-language TV content Televisa is sending one of its own, Alberto Ciurana, to take over programming and content at Univision.
Helmer-scribe Michel Franco's drama "After Lucia" (Despues de Lucia) is Mexico's submission to compete in the foreign-language category for the Oscars.
MEXICO CITY -- Mexican box office was up 12.33% year-to-year in the first six months of 2012, according to a mid-year report from national film industry chamber Canacine.