Argentina's Juan Jose Campanella makes the unusual move of following his Oscar-winning "The Secret in Their Eyes" with a soccer-themed 3D toon — and strikes gold.
FX has helped set the bar pretty high for moody crime dramas, and held up against that standard, "The Bridge" simply doesn't measure up. Infused with gritty atmosphere and an intriguing setting — set…
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Destined to traumatize buyers and audiences, this accomplished but singularly unpleasant film plunges deep into Mexico's vicious cycle of drug-fueled violence.
“The Mountains Between Us” helmer Gerardo Naranjo has come in to save the day for MGM’s “Death Wish” as the director is in negotiations to replace former helmer Joe Carnahan. Carnahan had been long…
Pantelion Films, a Lionsgate/Televisa joint venture, has acquired U.S. distribution rights to dramedy "Man of Stone," produced by Mexico City's Alebrije, which aims to straddle movie markets either…
The U.S. hasn 't cornered the market on firearm homicides. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime, Honduras and El Salvador have extremely high rates, as do Mexico and Brazil. But in…
"X-Men: First Class" and "Prometheus" star Michael Fassbender may be staying in business with 20th Century Fox, as he's in early talks to topline Gerardo Naranjo's romantic drama "The Mountain…
Gael Garcia Bernal will produce Michael Rowe's follow-up to "Leap Year," one of the most notable Mexican debuts of the recent years and winner of Cannes' 2010 Camera d'Or.
"I don't try to make an art film or commercial film," says Mexican filmmaker Gerardo Naranjo. "I'm just making a movie."
Foreign-language pics pique with challenging subjects