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Antonio Banderas Partakes in Holy Week Events in Spain

Antonio Banderas Partakes in Holy Week Events in Spain

Actor Antonio Banderas said Sunday that he returned once again for Holy Week to his hometown of Malaga, a city in southern Spain, to "rest" from the "whirlpool" of making four films this year and enjoy his "people." continue reading »

Classic Horror Film to Be Re-Released in 3D by Mexican Cinema

Classic Horror Film to Be Re-Released in 3D by Mexican Cinema

Mexican cinema will make its first foray into 3D with a new version of late Mexican director Carlos Enrique Taboada's horror classic "Mas negro que la noche" (Blacker Than the Night), which is scheduled to hit theaters in September. continue reading »

Javier Bardem Joins Charlize Theron in “The Last Face”

Javier Bardem Joins Charlize Theron in “The Last Face”

Javier Bardem will join the cast of "The Last Face," the latest film to be directed by Sean Penn, with whom the Spanish actor recently collaborated in the shoot of "The Gunman." continue reading »

Mexican Singer Thalia Releases Album Targeting “Inner Child”

Mexican Singer Thalia Releases Album Targeting “Inner Child”

Mexican singer Thalia said her new album, "VivaKids," aimed to bring out everyone's inner child and make people forget about the daily grind. continue reading »

Chile’s “Gloria” Wins Best Picture at Inaugural Platino Prizes

Chile’s “Gloria” Wins Best Picture at Inaugural Platino Prizes

Twenty-two Ibero-American countries have begun tearing down the walls separating its filmmakers at the first edition of the Platino Prizes, where Chilean film "Gloria," directed by Sebastian Lelio, emerged as the big winner. continue reading »

Brazilian Singer Caetano Veloso Shines at Intimate Performance in Sao Paulo

Brazilian Singer Caetano Veloso Shines at Intimate Performance in Sao Paulo

Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso continued his national "Abracaco" tour here, and with yet another musical reinvention won the hearts of the audience that packed a small theater. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Film Festival Celebrates “Made in Europe”

Puerto Rican Film Festival Celebrates “Made in Europe”

The 5th Made in Europe Film Festival brings to Puerto Rico the best of the seventh art from the Old World in a project designed for cultural exchange. continue reading »

Netflix to Create Original Series About Pablo Escobar

Netflix to Create Original Series About Pablo Escobar

Digital content provider Netflix said it planned to produce a series about Pablo Escobar, the most notorious drug lord in Colombia's history, that will be directed by Brazilian Jose Padilha and star his countryman, Wagner Moura. continue reading »

Tigres del Norte Surprise 50,000 Fans at Vive Latino Festival

Tigres del Norte Surprise 50,000 Fans at Vive Latino Festival

The traditional rhythms of Los Tigres del Norte shook up the Vive Latino music festival in Mexico City on the weekend, surprising the more than 50,000 people who packed the main venue at Mexico City's Foro Sol. continue reading »

Arcade Fire Headlines Mexico’s Vive Latino Festival

Arcade Fire Headlines Mexico’s Vive Latino Festival

The performance of Canadian alternative rock band Arcade Fire became the most anticipated and celebrated show on the second day of the Vive Latino festival at this capital's Foro Sol concert venue, where also taking the stage were outfits like the Spanish indie group Love of Lesbian and Australian electronic band Cut Copy. continue reading »

California Farmworkers to Attend Special Preview of Cesar Chavez Biopic

California Farmworkers to Attend Special Preview of Cesar Chavez Biopic

More than 1,000 farmworkers who benefit from the legacy of Cesar Chavez will attend Tuesday in California's Central Valley a special preview of the film about the late civil rights activist and labor leader's life. continue reading »

Guadalajara Kicks off 29th Film Festival

Guadalajara Kicks off 29th Film Festival

The 29th Guadalajara International Film Festival, or FICG, which has the Canadian province of Quebec as guest of honor, was inaugurated at the Telmex Auditorium in this western Mexican city. continue reading »

Berklee College of Music Bestows Honorary Degree to Placido Domingo

Berklee College of Music Bestows Honorary Degree to Placido Domingo

Opera tenor and musical director Placido Domingo will be awarded an honorary doctorate degree by Berklee College of Music at its international campus in the Spanish Mediterranean city or Valencia. continue reading »

Cuba Welcomes Chicago and Ravinia’s Very Own Steans Institute Musicians

Cuba Welcomes Chicago and Ravinia’s Very Own Steans Institute Musicians

The island nation of Cuba is opening its arms to receive one of Chicago’s most beloved U.S. chamber ensembles. This week musicians from Ravinia Festival’s Steans Institute arrive in Cuba as part of the Festival de Musica de Camara – a five-day celebration of music. continue reading »

Rosario Dawson Honored to Play Dolores Huerta in Cesar Chavez Biopic

Rosario Dawson Honored to Play Dolores Huerta in Cesar Chavez Biopic

In the film biography "Cesar Chavez," Rosario Dawson had the honor of playing one of the women who admires him most, Dolores Huerta - the righthand person for the union leader - who continues to be active at 83 and tweeted the actress to congratulate her on her performance. continue reading »