15 Latino Contenders Oscar Voters Shouldn’t Overlook.
Latin Americans and American Latinos are routinely shut out of the awards conversation. It's not too late for Oscar voters to change that.
Guadalajara Film Festival Launches Competitive TV Section, Episode 0
In a nod to the exponentially growing interest in premium TV content and the swelling number of content-ravenous platforms, the Guadalajara Film Festival (FICG)’s industry section has launched a competitive television section dubbed Episode 0: Series in Development.
17th Morelia Int’l Film Fest Opens With the Dardennes’ ‘Young Ahmed’
Managed by Eva Ruiz de Chavez of Panamericana, Baumeister has several prize-winning shorts to her name. “Daughter of Rage,” her debut feature, turns on a young girl furiously seeking her mother who abandoned her at a garbage recycling dump after she accidentally poisoned the puppies her mother was breeding.
CENTAVRVS realeases new videoclip for their single “Debilidad”.
Directed by Pablo Delgado, who participates for the third time in the visual representation of his music, Centavrvs premiered today the videoclip for 'Debilidad' which transmits a lot of cadence and energy. A work achieved between lights, dancers, costumes, sweat and music...
Guadalajara: ‘Acapulco Golden,’ ‘Nudo Mixteco’ Top Co-Production Meeting
“Acapulco Golden” and “Nudo Mixteco,” two compelling narratives which say much about the shifting gains and roiling challenges of empowerment in a troubled Latin American world took major and multiple plaudits at the 13th Guadalajara C0-Production Meeting, one of the region’s longest-established industry events.
Two Mexicans among the favorites for Best Cinematography in the next Oscars
Juan Pablo Ramírez and Rodrigo Prieto could be part of the short list in this category for their most recent projects in the film industry.
Ciudad Salvaje - FICG
“Ciudad Salvaje” (Wild City) it’s a Mexican TV serie selected at the first edition of #Episodio0. The multiplatform project seeks to become a space for reflection on the vicissitudes that come with living in the eclectic Mexico City.
‘Daughter of Rage’ Sweeps San Sebastian Co-Production Forum Awards
Already backed by a four-way production partnership spanning Nicaragua, Mexico, the Netherlands and Germany, Nicaraguan Laura Baumeister’s stirring feature debut project “Daughter of Rage” swept three of the four prizes on offer at San Sebastian’s 8th Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum.
«El Chapo» comes to an end
The Netflix original series that shows the life of the most famous drug dealer in Mexico’s history, has ended after its third season with an ending that plays around with both tragedy and romance but true to the series’ spirit.
Panamericana, official sponsor of the GuadaLAjara Film Festival
Everardo González Pitches Gun Violence Doc ‘A Wolfpack Called Ernesto’
Mexico’s Everardo has established him as one of the country’s, and indeed world’s premier documentary filmmakers, but even more so, he has built a team around him that consistently produces high quality. That team will assemble once again on the upcoming feature “A Wolfpack Called Ernesto.”
Locarno: Independent Producers Think International Is The Way Forward
Panamericana Pictures (Eva Ruiz de Chávez, “Ellas”)
A documentary about women of different generations and environments talking about themselves, unveiling the secrets their bodies keep.
The Basque filmmaker Julio Medem is working on a TV series titled “Jai Alai”
Medem and Mexican film producer Eva Ruiz de Chavéz devised “Jai Alai”, original basque name of said sport, as the main focus from which the series will develop, as well as its rise and fall in the United States.