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…
Shake a tree in Mexico, and it seems a young director with a buzzy little film falls out -- but how does one move from festival darling to world player? The answer, say Mexican producers making…
Pic examines how someone could do something as seemingly heartless as abandon an elderly, senile family member on a park bench in the middle of winter.
Morelia's artistic director Daniela Michel goes the extra mile for the young festival
The surprisingly cohesive omnibus pic "Revolucion" features shorts by 10 helmers.
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.
Religious madness and protective love that turns to hatred combine for an intense mixture in Rodrigo Pla's "The Desert Within."
Since the success of his short works like "El ojo en la nuca" (2000), Pla has enjoyed a growing reputation. He has now delivered on that buzz with his debut feature, "La Zona," which nabbed two…
Twisted values and fear-driven Mob madness form the core of Rodrigo Pla's hard-hitting "La Zona," an impressive feature debut that sweeps the viewer into the horrors of vigilante justice, doing more…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has selected 12 students, from 10 universities, as winners in this year's 28th annual Student Academy Awards competish.