Mexican independent producers are readying the battle to fight severe federal budget cuts that, if passed, would deeply elminate coin for films in 2010.
Mexico's Congress on Friday approved legislation that hit at both its film and TV industries.
If the "three amigos" have their way, the Mexican gravy train for Hollywood's major distribs may be nearing the end of the line.
Mexican scribe Marina Stavenhagen is the new head of Mexico's government-run film institute Imcine, and the first femme to hold the post.
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