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    LatinoBuzz: Dreaming About Immigration Reform, Documentaries at the New York Film Festival

    Just this past Monday, 30 undocumented immigrants who had returned to Mexico (either through deportation or voluntarily) attempted to enter the U.S. through a legal port of entry in Laredo, Texas. Known as the Dream 30, they are young people who grew up in the United States but have no cl...

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with Dir. Mariana Chenillo on her film 'Paraiso' (Paradise)

    Following her debut feature Nora's Will, Mexican director Mariana Chenillo presents her sophomore effort 'Paraiso' (Paradise) a love story that defies physical appearances and has plenty of heart.

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    LatinoBuzz Review: Paraiso (Paradise)

    "Paraiso" is a smart, warm, and entertaining film that for all its crowd-pleasing intentions also packs crucial, not preaching, social commentary.

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    Mexican Cinema Today is part of an upcoming book, IberoAmerican Film Financing which will by published in 2014 and now being written by Sydney Levine. The current biggest hit in México, We Are The Nobles...

    The current biggest hit in México, We Are The Nobles ( Nosotros los Nobles), has grossed $32 million in its first months of release this spring. The film’s director, Gary "Gaz" Alazraki, was a young Mexican student at USC's film school more than 12 years ago when the idea came to ...

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    Doc Fixer Monroe Explains Writing 'Summit,' 'Sound City,' 'Who is Dayani Cristal?'

    Mark Monroe came to this year's Sundance Film Festival as the writer of three distinctly different documentaries--"Sound City," "Who is Dayani Cristal?" and "The Summit" (new trailer below). The writer of Oscar-winning "The Cove" and this year's Oscar-shortlisted "Chasing Ice" is proving to be a val...

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    Jon Stewart to Bring Directorial Debut 'Rosewater' to TIFF, Starring Gael Garcia Bernal

    Following a summer-long hiatus from hosting "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart reclaims the anchor's chair Tuesday night just before taking his directorial debut "Rosewater" to TIFF later this week to share footage and pitch foreign buyers.

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    Watch: 2 TV Spots For 'Gravity,' Gael Garcia Bernal To Star In Alfonso Cuaron Produced 'Desierto'

    To say that "Gravity" is highly anticipated is an understatement, and it's easily the ticket to have for anyone hitting Venice this week, or TIFF next week. And as the marketing for the 3D space thriller ramps up with some TV spots hitting, director Alfonso Cuaron is helping his son Jonas Cuaron — c...

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    Robert Rodriguez Co-Producing New Market at Fantastic Fest Aiming to Aid Latin Filmmakers

    Fantastic Fest -- the Austin, TX-based genre festival focusing on horror, fantasy, sci-fi, and action films -- announced today it will host an international co-production market for genre films called Fantastic Market|Mercado Fantastico.

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    Gael Garcia Bernal Drinks Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater'; More Join 'Child 44' With Tom Hardy & Noomi Rapace

    As the red carpets are rolled up and the screening rooms shut for another year, a final few nuggets of casting news reach us from Cannes. First, via The Wrap, is some news on “Rosewater,” the film Jon Stewart is taking 12 weeks off "The Daily Show" this summer to shoot (don’t panic, John Oliver will...

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    First Participant PanAmerica Film, El Ardor, Begins Production

    Launching earlier this year, Participant PanAmerica is an initiative to develop and finance 10-12 films over five years for and from Latin America with Mexico’s Canana (Sin Nombre, Miss Bala), Chile’s Fabula (Young and Wild, Gloria) and Colombia’s Dynamo (Undertow, The Hidden Face). Its first film ...

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