LOS CABOS, Mexico — As Mexico's burgeoning SVOD sector turns to its film industry to create much of it premium content, the Mexican Film Institute, IMCINE, is turning to TV – launching a new subsidy…
CANNES — Berlin's European Film Market is launching a new Country in Focus program, selecting Mexico for its inaugural 2017 edition. Focus features look set to include a panel, targeting…
LONDON — The Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, which plays July 1-9, will put the spotlight on the current generation of Mexican female directors, and also plans to run a tribute to Otto Preminger…
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GUADALAJARA – Mexican Film Institute Imcine delivered mixed news March 6 at the launch of its 2015 Statistical Yearbook. "We have good news and bad news, but they are a reflection of the new reality…
Founded last year to forge stronger links between Mexico and Hollywood, and attended by Edward Norton, Matt Dillon, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, the Baja Film Festival has seen an extensive…
Overseeing local cinema's fortunes in the world's eighth biggest film market, Jorge Sanchez, the new head of Mexico's Imcine film fund, has already set one major priority: Carving out larger…
Spanish indie distrib Cada Films has acquired all local TV and homevid rights to three Latin American pic packages as it works the growing ancillary biz opportunities in cash-strapped Spain.
Mexican independent producers are readying the battle to fight severe federal budget cuts that, if passed, would deeply elminate coin for films in 2010.
Mexican scribe Marina Stavenhagen is the new head of Mexico's government-run film institute Imcine, and the first femme to hold the post.
Spanish independent sales agent Kevin Williams Associates has inked a deal with Mexican film institute Imcine to handle world rights on two films co-financed by Imcine: "Streeters" (De la Calle) from…
Eduardo Amerena has ankled his post as topper of the state-funded Mexican Film Institute, Imcine.