Film production has undergone a seismic shift in Ecuador, where output has jumped to five to six pics annually compared to a single pic every three years in the '90s and early 2000s.
Ibero-american Film Festival
Helmer Benjamin Avila's "Infancia clandestina" (Clandestine Childhood), a tale of lost innocence amid Argentina's brutal dictatorship, took top honors in the Iberoamerican fiction section of the…
GUADALAJARA - "Buenaventura mon amour," which was co-developed for multi-platform distribution by L.A.-based The Alchemists Storytelling Company, was one of four winners at the 9th Ibero-American…
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."
Now in his third term at the helm of the Guadalajara Intl. Film Festival, Ivan Trujillo has placed his own stamp on the festival, first moving the main venue to the extra-large convention space Expo…
The 30th Miami Intl. Film Fest will showcase 117 feature films and 12 shorts from 41 countries during its March 1-10 run, along with career achievement nods to Swedish writer-director Lasse Halstrom…
The Palm Springs Film Festival has announced a new Cine Latino Award.
MADRID -- Benjamin Avila's "Clandestine Childhood" won a Golden Columbus on Saturday at Andalusia's 38th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, one of Europe's top Latin American pic showcases.
"108" is Renate Costa's gently probing exploration of her late gay uncle's life under the Paraguayan dictatorship.