Wayne Kramer's latest is a sub-Tarantino triptych of comic-violent tall tales consisting mostly of bad things happening to dumb people.
What does a radio show look like on a big screen? Many more listeners of National Public Radio’s irreverent quiz show “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” will be able to find out when the live show hits 600…
Subsidies nurture next gen Mexican helmers
What's being touted as the largest studio in Latin America is being planned in the Mexican state of Durango, backed with $15 million in local government coin for the first phase of development.
MEXICO CITY -- Some 50 million Mexicans go to the polls to elect a new president on Sunday, following a political campaign that further exposed powerful media conglom Televisa's links to the…
Tradition and informality collide -- and mutually benefit -- in the deliciously written and expertly played "The Queen." Dramatized version of the week following the death of Princess Di, cheekily…
Eduardo Amerena has ankled his post as topper of the state-funded Mexican Film Institute, Imcine.
The director of a film savaging Mexico's ruling party has accused state-funded co-producers Imcine of sabotaging its release.
Diane Warren was named songwriter of the year and "Save the Best For Last" was tabbed song of the year to highlight the 10th annual American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers Pop Awards…