Putting an end to a painful legal episode, Cinemark today dropped a claim of $700,000 in legal costs against victims of the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting. The victims sued the theater chain…
Rapidly carving out its credentials as a potential big fest player and art film breakout, Chilean Rodrigo Sepulveda's "Aurora" scooped both the Toulouse Films in Progress Prize and the Cine Plus…
MIAMI – Sold by Mundial, a joint venture of IM Global and Mexico's Canana, Brazilian Fernando Coimbra's "A Wolf at the Door" topped the 31st Miami Film Festival Saturday, along with Chilean Rodrigo…
MADRID – Three awaited Latin American movies – Cristian Jimenez's "Voice Over," Chicho Teixeira's "Ausencia" and Rodrigo Sepulveda's "Aurora" – form part of a six-pic lineup at Toulouse's 25th Films…
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The aftermath of the theater killings in Aurora, Colo., brings to mind the classic fable about blind men examining an elephant. Every party, it seems, addresses only that part which they happen to…
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