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Antonio Banderas, Alejandro Sanz to Sing Duet at Gala

Antonio Banderas on Tuesday in this capital announced the fourth Starlite benefit gala, which will be held on Aug. 10 in the southern Spanish resort city of Marbella and at which the actor will sing with Alejandro Sanz. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias Kicks Off Summer Concert Series in Spain

Julio Iglesias filled the ancient Teatro Romano in Merida, Spain, where a devoted crowd sang along with the artist, with the strains of his greatest hits on the weekend. continue reading »

Andres Calamaro Says Next Album Will be “More Classical”

Andres Calamaro's next work will be "more classical," close to the original rock and roll, and with lyrics closely reflecting "reality," the Argentine singer said while presenting the press with some of the numbers from the disc, which only awaits a few finishing touches. continue reading »

Documentary to Reveal “Rape in the Fields/Violación de un Sueño”

FRONTLINE partners with Univision News for Rape in the Fields/Violación de un Sueño, to uncover the hidden price that many migrant women working in America’s fields and packing plants, especially those who are undocumented, are paying to keep their jobs and provide for their families. continue reading »

Antonio Banderas Takes a Stand For European Film Industry

The survival of Europe's film industry depends on cooperation, Spanish actor Antonio Banderas said at the opening of the 20th Spanish and Ibero-American cinema week in the Bulgarian capital. continue reading »

Spanish Film Producer Elias Querejeta Dies, Age 78

Spanish film producer Elias Querejeta died on Sunday in Madrid, Spanish Audiovisual Producers Association, or FAPAE, representatives told Efe. He was 78. continue reading »

One Direction Brings “Take Me Home Tour” to Mexico City

Anglo-Irish band One Direction is performing this weekend in Mexico City, where female fans have been camped out at the group's hotel for days, media reports said. continue reading »

Luis Miguel’s Daughter Michelle Salas Happy with Modeling Career

Model Michelle Salas, daughter of Mexican singer Luis Miguel, said in the cover story of the latest People en Español magazine that she's happy with her career and her economic independence. continue reading »

Miguel Bose Pushes U.N. to Declare International Right to Peace

Peace is the essential requirement for the exercise of rights, Spanish singer-songwriter Miguel Bose said Wednesday. The acclaimed musical artist came to Geneva to urge the U.N. Human Rights Council to work toward a Universal Declaration of the Right to Peace. continue reading »

Flores Sisters Get Fans Up On Their Feet in Quito

Sisters Lolita and Rosario Flores, the musical heirs and daughters of Lola Flores ("La Faraona"), heated up a chilly Ecuadorian capital on the weekend with their "Las Flores" concert at which they blended art and history in an amalgam of flamenco, rumba and pop. continue reading »

Latin Superstars Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce to Perform in Madrid

Puerto Rican reggaeton star Daddy Yankee and Dominican singer Prince Royce will infuse with Latino energy a concert on June 17 at Vistalegre Palace in Madrid, the organizers said. continue reading »

“Blancanieves” Wins Best Ibero-American Picture at Ariel Awards

"Blancanieves," by Spanish director Pablo Berger, took Best Ibero-American Picture honors at the Ariel awards, the Mexican film industry's equivalent of the Oscars. Berger's silent, black-and-white version of the Snow White story garnered multiple trophies earlier this year at Spain's Goya Awards. continue reading »

Placido Domingo Brings “Authenticity” to Role at Chinese Opera

Spanish tenor Placido Domingo said the Giuseppe Verdi opera "Nabucco," in which he plays the titular character, was the best choice for showing China real "authenticity," since that is the value its composer was looking for. continue reading »

Benicio del Toro’s New Film ‘Jimmy P.’ Premieres at Cannes Film Festival

Benicio del Toro plays an American Indian who undergoes a blend of psychotherapy and anthropological study in "Jimmy P." The film, based on a real story, is competing for a prize at the Cannes Film Festival. continue reading »

America Ferrera Earns International Relations Degree, 10 Years After Entering College

Actress America Ferrera graduates Friday from the University of Southern California, 10 years after beginning her International Relations course. "Graduation day! Congratulations to everyone in the Class of 2013!" she said Friday on Twitter. continue reading »

ESPN Deportes Upfront Unveils Original Programming, Road to Brazil 2014

ESPN Deportes, the leading Spanish-language sports network, puts major focus on second screen and original programming during its Upfront presentation in New York City. The network also reinforces ESPN’s total market approach in serving Hispanic sports fans and advertisers, and ESPN Deportes’ unique positioning in the marketplace for Spanish-speaking fans. continue reading »

ABC Orders New Series Starring Puerto Rico’s Alexandra Pomales

Puerto Rican actress Alexandra Pomales is slated to star in the series "Killer Women," set to air on ABC later this year, production company Latin World Entertainment said. continue reading »

Ex-Miss Universe Denise Quinones To Relaunch Music Career

Puerto Rico's ex-Miss Universe Denise Quiñones announced her return as a singer with performances on May 30-31. Quiñones, 32, will present the show "Estoy Aqui" at the Punto Fijo Theater Cafe of the Luis A. Ferre Fine Arts Center in San Juan. continue reading »

Mexican Filmographer Brings New 3D Effects to ‘The Great Gatsby’

Mexican Alonso Homs, the filmographer in charge of 3D effects in the film "The Great Gatsby," spoke in an interview with Efe about the artistic value of the third dimension because it contributes to the audiovisual language and emphasizes the acting. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Rapper Yandel Leaves Hospital After Kidney Stones

Yandel, one-half of the Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel, was back home Friday after being released from a hospital in Orlando, Florida, where he was treated for kidney stones, his agent told Efe. continue reading »