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    LatinoBuzz: Baja International Film Festival, Los Cabos

    During this year's Toronto International Film Festival a news on the latest south of the border film resort were announced, Mexico's Baja International Film Festival (November 13-16, 2013) The young festival aims become one of the region's premier industry events and will showcase films from Mexico...

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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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    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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    Interview: Director Pablo Larrain On The Unique Aesthetic Of 'No' & Working With Star Gael García Bernal

    We've had the usual rotten start to moviegoing in 2013, but this Friday brings the first truly great film of 2013 in the shape of Pablo Larrain's "No." The third film from Chilean director Pablo Larrain following the excellent "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," it again delves into the history of the ...

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    Relativity Media Breaks Records Acquiring Joseph Gordon-Levitt's 'Don Jon's Addiction' For Summer Release

    Now that the acquisitions floodgates are open, the buys keep piling up like it's Black Friday in studio shopping baskets, and this afternoon has brought news of the biggest deal yet at the festival, with Variety the first trade to report that Relativity Media are set to put down a what may be a reco...

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    Watch: Grand Spanish-Language Trailer For Pablo Larrain's Cannes Sensation 'No'

    Despite walking away from the Croisette as one of the most talked-about films -- earning the top prize at the Directors' Fortnight -- things have been quiet since for Pablo Larrain's "No." But with the fall festival season around the corner, the film will be making a victory l...

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    Exclusive: New Images Of Gael Garcia Bernal In Pablo Larrain's Cannes Hit 'No'

    He's still relatively little-known in the U.S, but we've become huge fans of Chilean director Pablo Larrain over the last few years. The director first came on the scene with the excellent "Tony Manero," and followed it up a few years back with the equally good, but very different "Post Mortem." Nei...

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