Edher Campos jumped into the international arena from the get-go with with Michael Rowe's "Leap Year," sold to Pyramide Intl at Ventana Sur in 2009 and a Cannes' Camera d'Or. He then stepped up in…
Michael Rowe's follow-up to "Leap Year" is a sympathetic and appealing portrayal of a little girl's insular world.
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Pyramide Intl. has inked international rights for "The Amazing Cat Fish," which topped Ventana Sur's Primer Corte pix-in-post competition in Buenos Aires. One of France's foremost arthouse sales…
"Squaresville" was a good place to live Tuesday evening as the Web comedy took three prizes at the Intl. Academy of Web Television awards at the Palazzo Theater in Las Vegas.
Creating a powerful new Latin American player, Hollywood's IM Global and Mexico and L.A.'s Canana, headed by Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz, are teaming to launch Mundial.
Gael Garcia Bernal will produce Michael Rowe's follow-up to "Leap Year," one of the most notable Mexican debuts of the recent years and winner of Cannes' 2010 Camera d'Or.
A lonely Mexican woman with some major intimacy issues goes on a one-month sex spree in "Leap Year."
When it came to making his "first, big, proper romantic comedy," "Leap Year" director Anand Tucker found the experience initially daunting, but ultimately it was like every other gig.