Mexican animation shingle Anima Estudios is taking the "Top Cat" franchise back to the bigscreen with "Top Cat Begins." In 2011, Anima produced “Top Cat: The Movie,” which became the highest grossing…
After seeing ratings dip against the Mouse House, Nickelodeon has hit its stride with freshman series “Sam & Cat,” and ordered an additional 20 segs of the live-action skein to be rolled out this…
ANNECY — Mexico City's Anima Estudios, producer of Warner Bros. property "Top Cat," the highest-grossing Mexican animated movie in recent years, is in pre-production on "La Leyenda de las momias."…
Viva Pictures has acquired all U.S. rights to “Top Cat: The Movie” and plans a theatrical release this summer, followed by VOD, digital and home entertainment launches. Based on the 1960s…
The bitter battle between Europe's studios to lure big U.S. shoots has claimed a large scalp: Spain's $380 million Ciudad de la Luz.
The genius at the center of Gregory Marquette's well-illustrated docu "Genius on Hold" is Walter Shaw, inventor of the speakerphone, call-forwarding and conference calls, among other communications…
Unimaginable to most non-residents, the paranoia that is part of living in South Africa is realized with subtle specificity in "Layla Fourie," the third feature from Johannesburg-born helmer Pia…
Mexico's box office jumped 9.4% to $841 million in 2012, powered by Hollywood blockbusters, which filled the top 10, according to national film office Canacine.
Mexico's "The Amazing Cat Fish" and Colombia's "Dust on the Tongue" shared honors Monday at Ventana Sur's Primer Corte pix-in-post showcase, the Latin American film mart's only competitive section.
Raunchy toon "El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza" and 3D animated film "Champions of Oz" point up the dual-track strategy of Mexico's top animation shingle, Anima Estudios.