LOS CABOS, Mexico – Carlos Carrera, best known for his controversial 2002 priest-scandal drama "El Crimen del Padre Amaro," is at the 5th Los Cabos Int'l Film Fest to pitch "Mics & Celluloid" with…
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 CITY -- Helmer-scribe Emilio Portes' laffer "Pastorela" was the big winner Saturday at the annual Ariels film awards held by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences, taking best film…
"Cowboys & Aliens" thesp Ana de la Reguera is set to produce and star in a biopic of Lupe Velez, one of the first Mexican actresses to succeed in Hollywood.
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's national film institute Imcine is going digital with two deals aimed at VOD and YouTube distribution.
Projects at Cartoon Movie 2011 target more adult audiences than usual, involve high-profile filmmakers and range widely in budgets.
Director Carlos Carrera maintains his feverishly excessive manner in "From Childhood."
Carlos Carrera returns to the Guadalajara Film Festival competition with "De la infancia."
An impassioned yet prosaic fact-based melodrama.
Even as more sunlight is cast on the workings of the Academy and its internal nominating processes, one corner of the complex world of Oscar remains unremittingly murky: How countries go about…
Mexican helmers Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron have joined with screenwriter Laura Esquivel, producer Berta Navarro and sales agent Rosa Bosch to form Tequila Gang, a new sales and production…