Lucha Libre AAA was founded in 1992 by Antonio Peña Herrada, and has become Mexico's dominant wrestling league with an audience of 1 million people who watch more than 1,000 live events per year.
Though the film is free-ranging by design, loosely structured like the titular dance, it lacks a centrifugal force that would hold the entire enterprise together.
Rhino Films is partnering with Cinema Libre Studio to develop a feature based on "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," the John Perkins memoir about his role in the game of global economics.
Auds at smaller fests will be pushovers for these gently feisty dames.
Cinema Libre has snatched up worldwide rights for Sundance darling "Fuel."
Cookie Jar Ent. has sealed a deal to serve as the North American distributor for the popular Mexico-based wrestling org Lucha Libre AAA.
Brazilian sales company Elo Co. has expanded its U.S. distribution alliance with L.A. based indie production-distribution house Cinema Libre Studio, while striking a similar pact with Israel's…
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Wide-ranging hybrid of nostalgic comedy, drama and thriller, which looks back at pre-Communist 1958 Cuba through the eyes of an inquisitive boy. Cast topped by Harvey Keitel and Iben Hjejle…
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