Rodrigo Pla’s “Monster With a Thousand Heads,” which opened the Venice Horizon section, not only tackles corporate abuse in Latin America, it also taps into a global movement of ordinary people…
At a nervily compact 74 minutes, "A Monster With a Thousand Heads" often feels as if it's unfolding in real time — even as necessary narrative logistics dictate otherwise.
Gearing up for the 72nd Venice Film Festival, Memento Films, the Paris-based production-distribution-sales house, announced Wednesday its acquisition of both French distribution and world sales…
Jimena Montemayor's "Wind Traces," Nathalia Isabel Orozco's "When the Guns Go Silent" and "Intimate Julia," from Karina Minujin, were among six winners at the Guadalajara Festival's 11th…
LOS CABOS – Mexican-Uruguayan director Rodrigo Pla ("The Zone," "Revolution," "The Delay"), and wife and screenwriter Laura Santullo, two of the leading lights of Mexico's new wave, has two new films…
“Hung” co-creator Colette Burson's "Permanent," Alonso Ruizpalacios's "Museum" and Rodrigo Plá's "The Other Tom" are among 13 projects at Los Cabos Festival's first Mexico-U.S.-Canada Co-production…
Folk in Uruguay, Latin America's second-smallest country, have produced two World Cup champion teams, and now the country is rallying behind its film business.
From arranged marriage to infanticide, dramas mine wide range of dysfunctional group dynamics
Uruguay has opted to send Rodrigo Pla's family drama "La Demora" (The Delay) to vie for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
TAULL, Spain -- Carlos Reygadas' "Post Tenebras Lux," Michel Franco's "After Lucia" and Marialy Rivas' "Young & Wild" will play the 60th San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos.
Tom Gustafson's "Mariachi Gringo" took the top Mexican feature prize at the 27th Guadalajara Film Festival on Saturday evening, a surprising choice given the strong competition from Rodrigo Pla's…