Frank Louis Fouce, a pioneer of Spanish-language entertainment in the U.S. and a founder of what later became Univision, died Sept. 22 in Los Angeles of lymphoma. He was 85. He founded Spanish…
It seems Lionsgate and Pantelion have finally found the instructions for how to target widespread Hispanic auds. Pantelion’s “Instructions Not Included” is the rare film that started with a…
The broadcast net has experienced growing pains, facing an uphill climb in drawing viewers and gaining distribution in key Hispanic markets.
The homegrown production boom at Telemundo reflects the company's move during the past two years to make a 90-degree shift in its programming strategy, focusing on novelas and other shows produced in…
Hit reality competition programs continue to migrate to Spanish-language nets, as Telemundo signs on to produce its own version of Bravo’s “Top Chef.” Announcement follows “La Voz Kids,” Telemundo’s…
Elias Querejeta, the producer of many of the greatest modern classics made by Spain's most distinguished directors under and after the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975, died Sunday at his…
The current byword in Southern Europe's debt-ridden economies is "export or die," and Spanish producers have taken heed, in order to counteract uncertainty over public subsidies and plummeting TV…
Once the Cinderella of film production, Spain's animation output is now knocking on global market doors, boosted by the growing commitment of private broadcasters.
Putting paid to rumors, Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has unveiled plans to produce a Spanish-lingo adaptation of the AMC hit "Breaking Bad" for Univision sister channel, UniMas in the U.S.
This watchable but forgettable apocalyptic thriller reps a disappointing outing for Spanish helmers Alex and David Pastor.
Spanish film director Juan Jose Bigas Luna, a colorful chronicler of sexual and social excess, died Friday near Tarragona, Spain, after a long battle with cancer. He was 67. It was typical of Bigas…