Yulene Olaizola's "Paraisos artificiales," Alejandro Landes' "Porfirio" and Iria Gomez Concheiro's "Asalto al cine" will unspool at Primer Corte, the major industry draw at December's Ventana Sur.
"You have to stylize. There's absolutely no danger in that," Werner Herzog said in a 2007 interview.
This third adventure in the beloved Pixar franchise is universally acknowledged as that rarest of projects -- a triumphant synthesis of art and commerce.
With "How to Train Your Dragon," DreamWorks has embraced maturity over fart jokes and emerged a force to be reckoned with come Oscar time.
Val Boreland, Paul Schreiber, Kevin Martinez, Jeanne Feeley, Jodie Gleason, Marcella Regniault, David Singer, Laura Smith and Palak Solanki.
Seldom immune to the charms of the hopeless and/or noble cause, Academy voters could turn a generous eye on helmer Tony Goldwyn's true-life tale of Betty Ann Waters, who became a lawyer so she could…
Alcon Entertainment has tapped Jordan Roberts to rewrite its adaptation of "You're Not You."
This year, the foreign lingo category boasts submissions from 65 countries
At 19, Randal Kleiser knew that Nina Foch was the best teacher he'd ever had.
Between a wide-open picture field and wiggle room in other races, here are the dozen other films with the best shot at serious Oscar attention.
If the name Lesley Manville doesn't ring a bell, you haven't been watching Mike Leigh movies closely enough. After "Another Year," you'll never forget her.