Jonathan Treisman and Salim Nayar of Sfera Films have inked a first-look development deal with Mexican helmer-scribe-editor Carlos Bolado. First out the gate is Bolado's "From Cape to Cape" a…
This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Pantelion Films, a Lionsgate/Televisa joint venture, has acquired U.S. distribution rights to dramedy "Man of Stone," produced by Mexico City's Alebrije, which aims to straddle movie markets either…
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.
Carlos Bolado's "Only God Knows" fatally depends on a woman's bad judgment to get its tale moving, and only grows more annoying from there. Bolado's pic lifts spiritual-mystical beliefs over common…
"L.I.E," a Sundance 2000 pic nabbed by Gotham-based distributor Lot 47, snared six IFP/West Independent Spirit Award nominations, announced late Tuesday at the El Rey Theater in Hollywood.
Attendance was up at the 16-day Vancouver Intl. Film Festival, which closed Friday. This is in contrast to last month's Toronto film festival, where attendance had been hit hard by the Sept. 11…
Looking through the eyes of seven Israeli and Palestinian children living in and around Jerusalem, "Promises" provides deeply humanistic insight into the complexities of the Middle East conflict that…
Like a modern-day Job, Damian insists on a journey minus creature comforts. His pickup is burned as a sacrificial offering, and he declines the use of pack mules. He walks until he falls exhausted…