Year in Review: The 2014 Top Grossing Latino Films in the U.S.
Saturday, 03 January 2015 16:20

In 2014 two animated films -and both released by 20th Century Fox- were the top grossing Latino films of the year in the United States: Rio 2 by Brazilian director Carlos Saldanha and The Book of Life by Mexican director Jorge R. Gutiérrez and produced by Guillermo del Toro. After last

 
Year in Review: The Top Grossing Latin American Films of 2014
Friday, 02 January 2015 15:23

Cinema Tropical presents its popular annual review of the year in three parts, the first part being the list of top grossing Latin American films. For the large part, 2014 continued with the recent growth of the Latin American box office. Costa Rica broke all-time records

 
MAIKOL YORDAN Becomes the Top Grossing Film in Costa Rica Ever
Tuesday, 30 December 2014 03:18

The comedy Maikol Yordan de viaje perdido (pictured) by Miguel Gómez is making history as the top grossing Costa Rican film ever, just 11 days after its theatrical opening. The film has been seen by over 170,000 people since it opened

 
Ninón Sevilla Dies
Thursday, 01 January 2015 23:35

Cuban-born actress Ninón Sevilla (pictured) died today in Mexico City at the age of 93. Born in Havana on November 10, 1921, she was very popular during the golden age of Mexican cinema, and was considered one of the leading stars of the Rumberas film -a musical film genre mainly set in nightclubs to sensual moves. She worked with some of the most

 
Argentina and Venezuela Get Shortlisted for the Oscars
Friday, 19 December 2014 17:36

The Argentinean film Relatos Salvajes / Wild Tales by Damian Szifrón and the Venezuelan film El libertador / The Liberator by Alberto Arvelo were the two Latin American films shortlisted for the Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film competition, it was

 
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