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  1. Guillermo del Toro's 'Crimson Peak' to Open Morelia Film Fest

    7:19 pm 10/7/2015

    Set to hit U.S. theaters Oct. 16, the ghost story stars Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska.Read more

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  2. Bruce Beresford-Redman's Family: Cries of Innocence After Lifetime's Damning Movie Portrayal

    1:57 pm 9/28/2015

    The family of Bruce Beresford-Redman, jailed in Mexico for the murder of his wife, Monica Burgos, reacts to new movies about the case as a high-profile crisis management firm gets involved. Read more

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  3. Photoshopped "Welcome Potato" Pope Photo Goes Viral in Mexico

    7:00 am 9/25/2015

    The image is a play on words — "papa" in Spanish means either pope or potato.Read more

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  4. Father, Brother of Mexican Director Alejandro Gomez Monteverde Killed in Mexico

    2:38 pm 9/23/2015

    They were found dead several weeks after being kidnapped for ransom.Read more

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  5. Oscars: Mexico Selects '600 Miles' for Foreign-Language Category

    11:48 am 9/17/2015

    Tim Roth plays a kidnapped ATF agent in the gun-running thriller.Read more

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  6. Netflix Unveils First Animated Series Made in Latin America

    9:19 am 9/17/2015

    Mexico’s Anima Studios will produce the show, set to be released in 2017.Read more

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  7. 'From Afar' ('Desde alla'): Venice Review

    8:13 am 9/10/2015

    Alfredo Castro plays a closed-off middle-aged gay man who cruises the Caracas streets for young rough trade in Lorenzo Vigas' startling debut.Read more

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  8. 'The Thin Yellow Line' (La Delgada Linea Amarilla): Montreal Review

    11:22 am 9/4/2015

    Five men try to paint over 200 kilometers of road before the rainy season starts.Read more

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  9. Box Office: 'Minions' Breaks Mexico's Admissions Record

    10:02 am 9/2/2015

    The yellow rabble-rousers have drawn more than 16 million moviegoers in Mexico, surpassing 'The Avengers.'Read more

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  10. Venice Film Festival: Director Arturo Ripstein to Be Honored

    9:11 am 8/26/2015

    The 50-year film veteran will be honored at the screening of his latest film ‘Bleak Street.’Read more

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