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European RTL Group to Spend $400M on Streaming Programming Over Next 3 Years

RTL Group, Europe's leading commercial television company, on Thursday said it would invest close to $400 million over the next three years in building up its VOD services, with the bulk, some $340…

Berlin Film Festival Unveils Competition Jury

The Berlin International Film Festival on Tuesday unveiled the competition jury for its 2019 edition, with German actress Sandra Huller ('Toni Erdmann'), Oscar-winning Chilean director Sebastian…

Peter Fonda, Hugh Hudson to Get Tributes at Guadalajara Film Fest

Actor-writer Peter Fonda and British director Hugh Hudson will receive career achievement awards in March at the Guadalajara International Film Festival, one of Mexico's top cinema showcases.

‘I Dream in Another Language’ Tops Mexico’s Ariel Awards

Ernesto Contreras' Sundance Audience Award winner 'I Dream in Another Language' grabbed best picture and screenplay at Mexico's 60th Ariel Awards.

Sebastian Lelio on ‘Disobedience’ and the Male Gaze in Lesbian Cinema

The Chilean director, whose 'A Fantastic Woman' won an Oscar this year, talked with THR about his Rachel Weisz-led 'Disobedience.'

Sebastian Lelio’s ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Sweeps Platino Awards

Chile's recent Academy Award winner took home five Platinos, including best picture and director.

‘A Fantastic Woman’ Leads Platino Awards Nominations

Chile's Academy Award winner for best foreign-language film received nine nominations for the Latin-American version of the Oscars.

Oscar Winner ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Galvanizes Support for Transgender Laws in Chile

President Michelle Bachelet welcomed home the film's star and crew and pushed the country's Senate to pass a bill that has been in limbo since 2013.

Oscars: Chilean Winner ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Gets Presidential Praise Back Home

Chile's President Michelle Bachelet and President-elect Sebastian Piñera both congratulated Sebastian Lelio's film for its foreign-language Oscar nod.

Oscars: Chile’s Win for ‘A Fantastic Woman’ a Transgender Watershed

Sebastian Lelio's foreign-language winner stars trans actress Daniela Vega in a breakthrough role.

Spirit Awards: ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Wins Best International Film

Transgender star Daniela Vega makes her feature debut in the Chilean movie also up for the foreign-language prize at tomorrow's Oscars.

Oscars: The Math Predicts ‘A Fantastic Woman’ Foreign-Language Film Win

'Coco' and 'Faces Places' are the mathematical favorites in the animated and documentary features categories, respectively.