Catalina Film Festival founder Ron Truppa realizes that it's a crowded time to be introducing a new sprocket opera into the world, but he believes the three-year-old Catalina event, which ran Sept…
Los Angeles Latino Film Festival
It seems Lionsgate and Pantelion have finally found the instructions for how to target widespread Hispanic auds. Pantelion’s “Instructions Not Included” is the rare film that started with a…
Mexican director Gaz Alazraki shook up his country's film industry this year when his raucous clash of the classes comedy "Nosotros los nobles" ("We Are the Nobles") grossed more than $26 million at…
Prolific producer Donald Ranvaud ("The Constant Gardener") is bowing Buena Onda Intl. on the Lido with a slate spearheaded by sex-themed period laffer "The Anatomist," directed by Argentina's…
"Cowboys & Aliens," co-produced and co-written by Roberto Orci, will be the closing night gala presentation on July 25 at the 15th Los Angeles Latino Film Festival.
Liberally dusted with magic realism, Venezuelan helmer Fina Torres' latest feature plays like a sturdier reworking of her "Woman on Top."
A vicious cycle of revenge overwhelms a brewing black-vs.-Latino gang war in "Days of Wrath," a full-bore genre item from director Celia Fox that should prove a reusable calling card for the…
The Morelia Film Festival crowned "La palomilla salvaje" (The Wild Bunch) best docu while the audience was split for black-and-white gem "El Violin" and the widely acclaimed docu "In the Pit."
AfghanistanOsama Director: Siddiq BarmakSynopsis: A 12-year-old girl pretends to be a boy in order for her and her mother to survive in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.Cast:: Marina Golbarhari, Khwaja…
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