Would love to hear from anyone who saw the latter in the comments since this one slipped me by and Ggb is an old favorite. Julián Pérez, el hombre más poderoso de México, debe embarcarse en una misión asignada por la única autoridad que él respeta…su Read more. Julian must travel to the other side of the world, a place called Iraq, in order to rescue his younger brother Juan, a soldier declared missing in action while fighting in the Us Army. For updates on the film, visit the official movie website. As previously reported, Mothersbaugh has a number of other projects coming up. There was also a strong Latin American presence at Cannes this past summer, boasting films from Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina.
Andres Wood made a beautiful film called '', that captured the soul of Chile in the 70's and he does the same with a bio-pic of , a folk singer who was a part of 'La Nueva Canción Chilena'. She draws these wonderful performances from non-professional actors. Cinepolis Distribution is aiming for its widest nationwide release ever in Mexico on Dec. The fact of having 's name on may help turn this into the company's widest release yet. In plays the lead perfectly. Pantelion works with Lionsgate and Grupo Televisa to distribute films meant primarily for Hispanic audiences; the company picked up 's movie in early 2011, and also released this past fall.
The one possible saving grace is 's , which seems to be getting solid reviews all around. The previous two movies were scored by and. Two of the weekend's biggest releases are movies that could easily have been released in January instead: the found footage space thriller and from the director of. What starts as a parlor game takes an unexpected, disastrous turn. She's fearless and full of love. Set in the powerful world of Mexican billionaires, Monarca is a high stakes, multi-generational family saga about a tequila-born Mexican business empire, and the battle that ensues when a member of the family decides to fight the dirty system her family helped create.
Synopsis: Julian Perez, Mexico's most notorious leader of organized crime, must embark on a mission given to him by the only authority he respects. It might as well have been called Mexi-Cannes, with Mexican films winning awards across all main sections of the festival. In , turns in a great performance, and I expect to see more great things from her very soon. Now a small label, Pantelion Films, has picked up Us distribution rights to and will have the movie in theaters on March 16, 2012. The Fantastic Market Mercado Fantastico runs September 18-20 in Austin, Texas. Fantastic Fest lead programmer Rodney Perkins and festival director are heading up the effort.
But the Mexican outlaw oeuvre known as narco cinema has been training a lens on drug dealers for decades. But can any of these movies hope to take down The Help after two straight box office wins? Thankfully, there are professionals who get paid to keep track of what movies are receiving accolades, have the most buzz, and got picked up for distribution. Remember, all things being equal, the smaller the number of theaters, the higher the per-theater average should be. Quemar las Naves and Capadocia are attached to star, and production is scheduled to begin in the fall for a 2019 global premiere. Director of Joven y Alocada is an incredibly exciting new voice in Latin American cinema. With the help of some colorful banditos, Julian sets off into war-torn Iraq on his chaotic misadventure that will see him and his crew ineptly scaling a half-baked rescue. .
A mission bestowed upon him by the only authority he respects: his mother. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy. Here's what executive producers and had to say in a joint statement. The movie is directed by Shrek Forver After, and stars , , , , , , , and. The third part in the series is set to be released on December 16, 2011 by 20th Century Fox. Read on for the full list! La Mujer de Ivan has amazing acting, and I believe Garcia is definitely a talent to watch.
Violeta Went To Heaven , a biopic about internationally famous Violeta de la Parra, a Chilean singer, songwriter, and poet won the Second Prize. The New York Film Festival, in its 50th edition this past Fall, included three highly anticipated films by , , and the late. Whether it was at Cannes, Sundance, or countless other festivals, Latino films were winning award after award this year and even getting distribution albeit usually in limited release. Until then, what will you be watching this weekend? And Chile continued to outshine the rest of the region by winning two top spots at the Festival Internacional de Nuevo Cine Latino de La Habana the Havana Film Festival just a few days ago. Canana - the Mexican production outlet helmed by , , and - is co-producing the market alongside filmmaker 's El Rey Network.
Then the comedy hits you with some overly zany or absurd bits that come out of nowhere. For more info on all of the below projects, visit FantasticFest. It is reported to be one of the most expensive films ever made in Mexico, and you can check out the new trailer below. I'm a huge fan of Director of Una Noche. The movie seems to be both a loving ode to and a send-up of classic Mexican telenovellas. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only.
My review of 21 Jump Street will be up tomorrow evening. A natural at using the lens to tell a story. They tell over-the-top tales of drug dealers, corrupt cops and politicos, hookers, and trucks, and are sometimes based on songs known as narcocorridos — drug ballads — written and sung by norteño bands like California's. We'll find out in a couple of days. What starts as an innocent game takes an unexpected, disastrous turn.