All Latin American premieres, Mexican Mariana Chenillo's "Paradise," Argentine Santiago Palavecino's "Some Girls" and singular docu-feature "El Alcalde" feature among a 21-title Latin Premiere…
HONG KONG — A trio of unconnected developments this week point to a modernization and further development of India's still small multiplex cinema sector. Cinepolis, the Mexican cinema chain, is to…
Mexico has selected Cannes competition player "Heli" as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Award race. Amat Escalante‘s divisive Mexican cartel drama about the budding love between a…
MADRID — Quentin Tarantino will receive the 5th Lumiere Award at France's 2013 Lumiere-Grand Lyon Festival, a unique film event held in the city of Lyon, whose program is made up almost entirely of…
Founded last year to forge stronger links between Mexico and Hollywood, and attended by Edward Norton, Matt Dillon, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, the Baja Film Festival has seen an extensive…
There's a good reason that CinemaCon tapped Alejandro Ramirez, CEO of Mexico's Cinepolis, as its honoree for the Global Achievement in Exhibition Award — Cinepolis was the first circuit in Mexico to…
Overseeing local cinema's fortunes in the world's eighth biggest film market, Jorge Sanchez, the new head of Mexico's Imcine film fund, has already set one major priority: Carving out larger…
Two national industries converge to define this year's movie confab
An elderly man's final day alive in Mexico City is rendered with intensity and rigor by filmmaker Michel Lipkes in the aptly titled "Malaventura."
Steering a finely gauged course between poetic mysticism and historical realism, Mexican helmer-scribe Odin Salazar Flores adopts a child's-eye view in his 1940s-set debut, "Burros."