This tale of an overweight couple who relocate from the suburbs to Mexico City is as soft, sweet and insubstantial as a marshmallow.
It must be exhausting trying to keep one's worldview set to "scathing" at all times, but Diablo Cody doesn't waver from her snappy-sarcastic approach for her predictably hipper-than-thou directorial…
Impeccably cast, extremely handsome, predictably soapy and a trifle slow moving, it's another first-rate costume drama.
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…
Launched by IM Global and Canana, the most ambitious initiative ever to sell Latin American pics to the world will unveil its first slate of fully-finished films at Toronto. The Mundial venture is…
Producer Adrian Guerra and film finance specialist Xavi Parache have teamed to create Oceano Media, a Barcelona-based financial broker and consultancy. Move pairs two young movers and shakers on the…
Austrian weirdmeister Ulrich Seidl's sometimes grueling but consistently compelling "Paradise" trilogy concludes on a surprisingly wistful, tender note with "Paradise: Hope," an account of a teenager…
Three European co-producers have joined Andrea di Stefano's "Paradise Lost," the thriller-romance starring Benicio Del Toro as drug lord Pablo Escobar.
This portrait of a middle-aged femme missionary is a bit more accessible than its predecessor, if any film that features masturbation with a crucifix could be called accessible.
Repulsive and sublimely beautiful, arguably celebratory and damning of its characters, "Paradise: Love" is hideous and masterful all it once, "Salo" with sunburn.