Damian Alcazar ("The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian") is in negotiations to topline Jorge Michel Grau's soph pic "Keep Quiet," the Mexican helmer's follow-up to his debut "We Are What We Are."
Metrodome has taken U.K. rights and Fine Films has nabbed Japanese rights to Alejandro Brugues' "Juan of the Dead," Cuba's first zombie comedy.
The final film in Luis Estrada's pitch-black comic trilogy, "Hell" limns an even more hellish vision of Mexico than the previous two installments, "Herod's Law" and "A Wonderful World."
Execrably written (especially the English dialogue) and hampered by poorly connected scenes.
Director Carlos Carrera maintains his feverishly excessive manner in "From Childhood."
Based on infamous mass murders in Bogota, pic makes the mistake (the first of many) of tackling three stories rather than one.
Film noir is a perfect fit for Mexico City in Javier Patron's stylish debut "Chilango Blues." Just as urban crime has transferred beautifully to the Hong Kong streets under the helming of such…
A carefully crafted, intermittently stylish tale of amour fou, "The Blue Room" combines freshness with a nice sense of claustrophobia. However, noirish pic is let down by an often wooden script and a…
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