Nonfiction, women's and human-rights fests should celebrate this inspiring portrait of a vigorous campaigner for political and social change.
Mexico City and L.A.-based Canana will produce "Paraiso," the second film by Mariana Chenillo whose debut "5 Days Without Nora" marked her as one of most interesting commercial helmers working in…
MADRID -- Three weeks after its bow, Sundaytv, the new film/TV VOD platform of Latin American Internet portal Terra, is tracking close to 100,000 paying subscribers.
At a show where smart TVs are proliferating, Mercedes-Benz wants a smarter car.
Mexican indie Canana has inked its first deal with Netflix to run episodes of its successful original series "Soy tu fan" (I'm Your Fan), currently on its second season on pubcaster Once TV Mexico.
"Un Cuento chino" (Chinese Takeaway), a cross-culture buddy comedy with strong box office in Argentina and Spain, snared the 2011 Sur Award for film from the Argentine Film Arts and Sciences Academy.
Actor-director Diego Luna will direct "Chavez," a portrait of farm laborers' leader Cesar Chavez that is set up as a Mexico-U.S. co-production.
"Viva la revolucion" could be Kevin Smith's new motto -- provided that enough of the citizenry will pay a premium to help the revolution along.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has inked with online film library site the Auteurs -- rebranded as Mubi -- to incorporate its services onto the PlayStation 3 game console.
Carlos Reygadas ("Silent Light"), the lynchpin of a new generation of Mexican directors, is prepping his next feature, "Post Tenebras Lux."
Mexico's multipart "Revolucion," which unspools as a Berlinale Special, world preems today, 100 years after the start of the Mexican Revolution. Celluloid Dreams has taken worldwide rights.
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