The movie, which opens April 11 in the U.S., will be organically integrated in an episode of Hispanic TV’s longest-running and most popular reality beauty competition, “Nuestra Belleza Latina” (Our Latin Beauty), airing this Sunday, March 23. 

Believe Media announced that Colombian director Simon Brand has been added to the production company’s esteemed roster. Simon Brand brings to Believe an unmistakable international sensibility and highly visual style that has leveraged him to become one of the most sought after directors of today.

Twentieth Century Fox announced that the studio will release the upcoming feature film SON OF GOD in a limited number of US theaters in Spanish language day and date with the nationwide theatrical release on February 28, 2014.

For decades, Hollywood movies dominated our lives. The movies were our weekend past-time, the place of our first date, and our retreat during the hot summer months. Today, if you asked the average American when the last time they went to the movies, they would likely have to think really hard. Hollywood has failed to keep moviegoers engaged, and it needs to ask itself why ticket sales have dropped over 18% since 2002 (Nash Information Services, 2013). The details can be debated – but, ultimately, it comes down to technology, easy access to content (free, paid and pirated downloads and streaming), comfort and cost.

Going out to the movies once was, and for many still can be, an exciting night out. However, a new Harris Poll finds that while roughly two-thirds (68%) of U.S. adults went to the movies at least once in 2013, just about the same percent (66%) say they're going to the movies less often now than a few years ago.

When you think about live theater, what comes to mind for most people is Broadway and the soldout shows that grace its famous stages. Unfortunately, theater isn’t always as high-profile as a Broadway show in the Big Apple. Many theaters painstakingly dedicate a lot of time and effort into getting people to buy tickets to first-run or lesser-known shows.

Exec Explains Guiding Principles Behind Pantelion, Televisa USA Content

As CEO of Pantelion Films and managing director of Televisa USA, Paul Presburger’s perspectives of creative projects aimed at the Hispanic community are informed by two visions.

According to the Daily News, the New York International Latino Film Festival’s Calixto Chinchilla announced this week that he is closing the curtains on the festival.

Last year, Latina filmmaker Brianna Torres paid tribute to her mother in the award-winning short film Feed What You Love about the bond forged between mother and daughter when she teaches her the family tradition of making tortillas.

According to research led by a marketing professor at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, film studios might be better served with more targeted advertising that takes into account the movie-going habits of different communities, as well as how those communities respond to paid advertising and movie-review blogs.

Hispanics and Asians are feeling the love. Hispanics and Asians were the only groups more likely than the average U.S. moviegoer to name romantic comedies as their favorite to see in a theater (37 percent and 34 percent, respectively). At 25 percent, African Americans were the least likely to name this genre as their favorite to see in a theater.

The Second Annual International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF) kicks off Friday, November 16th at the Mount Sinai Medical Center (Leo C. Stern Theater).

Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center, the Consulate General of Argentina in Miami and the Cultural Mexico Institute will host the Cine Argentino Film Festival to be held on NSU’s Davie campus Sept.

Just one year after its approval, legislation aimed to draw film and television production to Puerto Rico is already seeing results -- attracting 30 productions and nearly $80 million in investment.

The HBO New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) presented its 2012 awards at a ceremony on Sunday, August 19, in the categories of Best Domestic Feature, Best International Feature, Best Director, Best Documentary and Best Short.