Mexico's seaside resort of Cancun takes centerstage for five days when the inaugural Cancun Intl. Film Festival (CIFF) kicks off Nov. 14. New event joins an increasingly crowded Mexican festival…
Mexican cinema can thank the orange groves of California for Lopez's much-lauded acting career.
Mexican producer Navarro receives the Governor's Award "in recognition of her commitment to the development and promotion of Mexican films and filmmakers."
Lionsgate posted a bigger loss in the second quarter than in the year-ago frame, but revenue shot up 57% on improved film performance, spurring the company's stock.
With one latenight show after another halting production because of the writers strike, how are film studios going to trumpet their movies and get people into theaters?
Talk about fashionably late. While three biopics about French fashion icon Coco Chanel were announced at Cannes, all three have been delayed, leaving the Coco derby still wide open.
The WGA walkout may have rendered the 2007-08 television season stillborn — but that doesn't mean the networks have stopped planning for the next campaign.
It took more than a decade, but TBS has finally thrown off its reputation as the "Andy Griffith Show"network.
THQ takes the checkered flag with "Cars: Mater-National," the inevitable sequel to last year's hit "Cars" game based on the 2006 Disney/Pixar animated film of the same name.
One of the clear winners in a strike-saddled season figures to be Fox, whose already dominant "American Idol" will burst onto the scene in mid-January -- around the time most scripted series from…
The Arab world's biggest TV net is getting into the movie business. Execs at MBC, the first private Arab satcaster to launch in 1991 and still the region's most popular, are unveiling initiatives…