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.
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…
Although its marketing campaign stresses Jack Black in tights, "Nacho Libre" strikes a delicate balance of whimsy and absurdity that may surprise auds primed to expect wall-to-wall slapstick. This…
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