MADRID — Provide and conquer. Inaugurated Wednesday by Mexican president, Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico's 10th Canitec, the country's annual cable biz confab, proved this year round a platform for new…
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Its fangs may be bloody, but "Game of Werewolves" has its tongue planted firmly in its hairy cheek.
Michael Pena's dream role is now a reality, as the "Crash" star is set to play 1960s and '70s labor organizer Cesar E. Chavez in the indie drama "Chavez," which Diego Luna will direct from a script…
Droll and delusional, the title character of "The Last Elvis" will win over plenty of fans to Armando Bo's parable of obsession and denial.
Producer Scott Fellows wanted to make his own version of "The Monkees," but it took him and Nickelodeon execs two years to find the right four guys for "Big Time Rush," the hit hybrid boy band/TV…
Playing with '40s-era Hitchcock as a cat would toy with a mouse, Argentine writer-director Carlos Sorin's "The Cat Vanishes" cleverly updates the likes of "Spellbound" and "Suspicion" with its…
A bit of a shaggy-dog story, Argentine Alejandro Chomski's fourth feature might have worked better at sub-feature length.
Dirt-biker docu is driven by the true-life tragicomedy of overgrown boys spinning their wheels.
Designed to promote a Sony boy band, this is equal parts "The Monkees" and "The Three Stooges."
Assembling a hit boy band is tough enough. Small wonder that it took 18 months and a nationwide search to find four teen guys who could not only sing but also act for Nickelodeon's new comedy series…
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