Lynn Fainchtein

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“La Dictadura Perfecta” reports Mexican corruption on the big screen

The infamous statement from Mario Vargas Llosa to Octavio Paz, going live on the biggest TV channel in Mexico, is today the one to title Luis Estrada new movie: La Dictadura Perfecta (The Perfect Dictatorship) is about to … Continue reading

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Martin Solveig “Hey Now” gives the musical vibe to Jumex’s new commercial

As fresh as the new Jumex drink: this is the sound from Martin Solveig‘s Hey Now, the song selected by the popular refresher’s brand for its summer campaign. Full of color and bright animations, … Continue reading

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Mexico City is the perfect set for “Sr. Ávila” second season, to be broadcasted by HBO

If “Sr. Ávila” wants to remain at the top of the hit men, he will have to pay even a higher price on this season; the second one, that will … Continue reading

June 16, 2014 · 2 Comments

Iñarritu’s “Birdman”, starring Michael Keaton, releases its first trailer

Birdman centers on an over-the-hill movie star (Michael Keaton) once made famous by an iconic superhero role and now faces a professional and personal crisis. In a desperate attempt to … Continue reading

June 16, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Cecilia Suárez and Luis Gerardo Méndez, together again in Manolo Caro’s “Elvira”

Elvira is a desperate woman, searching for her husband who went shopping one day and never came back; this is the start point for Elvira, te daría mi vida pero la … Continue reading

April 4, 2014 · Leave a Comment

“Mind Puppets”, a thriller about the dangers of hypnosis, ends its shootage

Written and directed by the mexican filmmaker Juan Curi, Mind Puppets is the story about a hypnotist whose stage act is to give contrasting personalities to his audience members: but during … Continue reading

April 4, 2014 · Leave a Comment

New production, same shivers: “Más negro que la noche” comes back in 3D

A whole mexican generation grew up terrified by Enrique Taboada‘s terror films: a tetralogy that went from Hasta el viento tiene miedo (1968) to Veneno para las hadas (1984). Now, the actor and producer José María … Continue reading

April 4, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Diego Luna wins prize at SxSW for “César Chávez”

Mexican filmmaker Diego Luna won the audience award at the Narrative Spotlight section at SxSW Music and Film Festival with his new film, César Chávez, that was premiered at Berlin Film Festival’s official section; the 64th edition of … Continue reading

April 4, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Living 69 days under the surface with the courage of “33″

On August 2010, 33 chilean miners got trapped in the collapsed copper mine of San José; they lived under the surface for 69 dramatic days. When they finally got rescued, … Continue reading

November 28, 2013 · Leave a Comment

David Oyelowo keeps Kate Mara “Captive” on this true fact – based thriller

Captive is based upon a true story, regarding some events that occurred in Atlanta, Ga., on March 11, 2005: that’s when Brian Nichols, who will be played by David Oyelowo in the … Continue reading

November 28, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Diego Luna shoots César Chavez’s fight for labor rights

Chávez. Fight in the fields traces the life of American labor leader César Chávez, who cofounded the United Farm Workers. The film follows Chávez’s efforts to organize 50,000 farm workers in California, many of whom … Continue reading

November 15, 2013 · Leave a Comment

González Iñárritu conducts Michael Keaton at “Birdman”

Michael Keaton plays the role of an actor that is really far from his glory days; he used to perform a superhero, but his career is falling apart and he … Continue reading

November 15, 2013 · Leave a Comment

The most unexpected love meets “Amor de mis amores” cast

Two couples get to know what we all dream about: love at first sight. The problem is they meet it with different people to the ones they are engaged with, … Continue reading

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Living, loving and dancing in Cali with “¡Que viva la música!”

María del Carmen is a high – class teenager that leaves her comfortable life behind to dive into the passionate, wild world of rumba. Music and dance will become her … Continue reading

November 15, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Meet Mexico’s public enemy nº 1, “El charro misterioso”

“El charro misterioso” was considered, during the 80′s, Mexico‘s public enemy number 1. Alfredo Ríos Galeana, an ex-soldier who turned into a bankrobber, was the inspiration for the main character … Continue reading

November 15, 2013 · Leave a Comment

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