Booking an escape from awards season's hum of activity comes down to preferences: whether to mindfully relax in seclusion, hit the slopes, or be at the center of the action in a rarefied urban…
MIAMI – Following up "Satan – Profile of a Killer," "The Hidden Face," "Roa," and "Metastasis" – the Sony Television-produced Latino version of "Breaking Bad" – Andres Baiz (pictured), one of new…
It looks like Miami will be getting a new film studio. Today, the Miami Omni Community Redevelopment Agency’s board of commissioners approved a contract with EUE/Screen Gems Studios for the…
NATPE continues to operate as a marketplace for linear programming, but it's also evolved into an opportunity for digital producers and content creation companies to plant the seeds for future…
Any playwright can stick celebrity facsimiles together in a room; it takes real talent not only to render those portraits believable but also to invest the encounter with dramatic weight. In "One…
Turns out it’s never too late for a TV show to get its own comicbook. NBCUniversal will produce digital books based on “Saved by the Bell” and “Punky Brewster” through a new licensing deal with…
The 30th Miami Intl. Film Fest will showcase 117 feature films and 12 shorts from 41 countries during its March 1-10 run, along with career achievement nods to Swedish writer-director Lasse Halstrom…
Drafthouse Films has acquired North American rights to martial arts pic "Miami Connection," directed by Y.K. Kim.
The cast of Starz's "Magic City" enjoyed shooting in Miami, but L.A. did the job for Tuesday's premiere event.
Showtime made it official Monday by naming the Miami Marlins as the featured team in its baseball docuseries "The Franchise."
Miami has long been the unofficial showbiz capital of Latin America.
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