A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
Mexican helmer Luis Mandoki has boarded the long-gestating "Banking on Mr. Toad," based on the true story of "The Wind in the Willows" author Kenneth Grahame.
"Presumed Guilty" (Presunto culpable) has sold more tickets than any Mexican documentary ever, pulling in 18.6 million pesos ($1.54 million) at the box office in just 10 days.
Unlikely to be remembered as one of Warner Bros.' more illustrious DC Comics properties.
Stop-and-start nature of the film's location shoot renders it difficult to follow a single storyline.
The Santa Barbara Film Festival celebrated its 20 years of existence with a program balanced between in-person appearances by major Hollywood personalities and an eclectic array of indie and…
The 1980s civil war in El Salvador is revisited in "Innocent Voices," which finds Mexican helmer Luis Mandoki working on his native turf for the first time since 1987. Failing enthusiastic reviews…
Mexico City-based Argos Cine is negotiating for the rights to Gabriel Garcia Marquez's novel "News of a Kidnapping" and is in talks with helmer Luis Mandoki to direct a Spanish-lingo adaptation.