Time Warner Cable Inc. announced the launch of their new 2011 Hispanic consumer brand campaign, “Mi Vida, A Mi Manera”/ (“My Life, My Way”). The campaign is centered on the company’s mission to empower Hispanics to live their life on their terms in ways that are simple and easy.

La Banda Films announced the release of the documentary film, Harlistas: An American Journey, premiering April 2011. The film is directed by award-winning filmmaker Alfredo de Villa and follows the emotional journeys of real-life Harlistas – Harley riders of Latino heritage – as they seek adventure, camaraderie and achievement of the American Dream.

Gov. Luis Fortuño signed a new cinema-incentives law Friday aimed at taking Puerto Rico’s percolating film industry to the next level.

Following the January 28 launch of their debut film, FROM PRADA TO NADA, Pantelion Films has announced several upcoming releases for 2011.

A couple of weeks ago I finally parked myself at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway to see “In the Heights,” the Tony award-winning musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, about New York’s Nuyorican and Dominican neighborhood of upper Manhattan. What a charming, inspiring show.
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Butaca.tv launched a new website, offering instant access to a wide array of premium Spanish Language films. The advertising supported service is now offered free of charge while expanding the consumer’s entertainment choices.

Cine&Mas SF, Comcast and Cinelatino announced the introduction of the "Comcast & Cinelatino Audience Choice Awards" at the 2010 San Francisco Latino Film Festival, marking the first time the Festival has featured an awards category.

TV Azteca, S.A. de C.V. announced the short film "El Pozo" produced by Mexican filmmaker Guillermo Arriaga was screened in the "Orizzonti" (Horizons) section at the Venice Film Festival to standing ovations.

Lionsgate and Televisa Have formed a joint venture to target the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. moviegoer population, the Latino audience.

To some, Pablo Escobar was a ruthless criminal. To others, a generous community member. To Sebastian Marroquin, he was one thing above all others ˆ a father. Debuting MONDAY, OCT. 4 (9:00-10:30 p.m.

The past few years have been bruising for the movie industry. After more than a decade of growth, the DVD began stalling in 2007. For the first time in its history, the industry saw its primary revenue source shrink without a new format coming along to take its place in the driver’s seat.

The 2010 Los Angeles Latino Film Festival (LALIFF) and Cinelatino, the leading Spanish-language movie channel in the United States, proudly announced the winners of the "Cinelatino Audience Choice Awards" for Best Feature and Best Documentary at the close of the seven-day Festival, which took pla

Maximum TV, announced that it is adding full-length, critically acclaimed movies to its already vast content offering. The announcement signals its partnership with Venevision International Films.

The New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) will open its 11th edition on Tuesday, July 27 with THE DRY LAND, starring America Ferrera and Wilmer Valderrama at the School of Visual Arts Theater (333 West 23rd Street between 8th and 9th Avenues).

From Thursday, August 19, to Wednesday, August 25, the heart of the entertainment world, Hollywood, rolls out the red carpet for the best Latino Cinema from around the globe at the 14th Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) at the Mann Chinese 6 Cinemas.