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Pepe Nacif, Francisco Gonzalez Compean, Rodrigo Santos and Ramiro Ruiz Team On ‘Diablo Guardian’ For Blim

12 November 2016 4:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Los Cabos, Mexico – In its continued bid to ramp up its original content, Televisa’s budding Svod platform Blim has tapped Mexican film producers Jose Nacif (“Gimme the Power”), Ramiro Ruiz (“Gueros”) Francisco Gonzalez Compean (“Amores Perros”) and Rodrigo Santos (“La Dictadura Perfecta”) to produce the TV adaptation of iconic bestseller “Diablo Guardian” by Xavier Velasco.

“People said it was impossible to adapt,” said Gonzalez Compean of the coming-of-age story. “Diablo Guardian” tracks an upper class teen from Mexico City who absconds with a large sum of money to New York and Las Vegas where her life spirals into a world of prostitution, drugs and dangerous men when the funds dry up.

Currently in production, the 10-episode series stars Paulina Gaitan (“Sin Nombre,” “Narcos”) and Adrian Ladron (“Gueros,” “The 4th Company”). Shot in English and Spanish, the project was presented at the 5th Los Cabos Int’l Film Festival on Saturday, »

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Pepe Nacif, Francisco Gonzalez Compean, Rodrigo Santos and Ramiro Ruiz Team On ‘Diablo Guardian’ For Blim

12 November 2016 4:00 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Los Cabos, Mexico – In its continued bid to ramp up its original content, Televisa’s budding Svod platform Blim has tapped Mexican film producers Jose Nacif (“Gimme the Power”), Ramiro Ruiz (“Gueros”) Francisco Gonzalez Compean (“Amores Perros”) and Rodrigo Santos (“La Dictadura Perfecta”) to produce the TV adaptation of iconic bestseller “Diablo Guardian” by Xavier Velasco.

“People said it was impossible to adapt,” said Gonzalez Compean of the coming-of-age story. “Diablo Guardian” tracks an upper class teen from Mexico City who absconds with a large sum of money to New York and Las Vegas where her life spirals into a world of prostitution, drugs and dangerous men when the funds dry up.

Currently in production, the 10-episode series stars Paulina Gaitan (“Sin Nombre,” “Narcos”) and Adrian Ladron (“Gueros,” “The 4th Company”). Shot in English and Spanish, the project was presented at the 5th Los Cabos Int’l Film Festival on Saturday, November »

- Anna Marie de la Fuente

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Netflix Acquires Im Global/Canana’s Mundial Title ‘The Chosen Ones’

28 April 2016 12:23 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Netflix has acquired global rights to David Pablos’ “Las Elegidas” from Mundial, the joint sales venture of Stuart Ford’s Im Global and Canana, the production-sales company of Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz.

Produced by Cruz, Pablos’ breakthrough movie recently scored 13 nominations for Mexico’s Ariel Academy Awards. “The Chosen Ones” was also the first Spanish-speaking title to be announced last year for the Cannes Festival, where it screened in Un Certain Regard. It will bow on Netflix from May 8. Global deal obviously does not not include territories licensed by Mundial. Arp Selection, one of France’s premier art-house distributors, acquired French rights to “The Chosen Ones” in the run-up to Cannes last-year, for instance.

Written by Pablos – with Pedro Peirano, the screenwriter of Pablo Larrain’s Oscar-nominated “No” and co-scribe on Sebastian Silva’s “The Maid” serving as a script consultant – “The Chosen Ones” followed on Pablos’ debut, »

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Kristyan Ferrer Talks Mexican Film '600 Miles' & What it Says About Gun Control

5 February 2016 5:33 PM, PST | CineMovie | See recent CineMovie news »

Mexican actor Kristyan Ferrer stars with Tim Roth in the Mexican film 600 Miles directed by Gabriel Ripstein. Ferrer (Buen Dia, Ramon, Sin Nombre), a festival film favorite, plays gun smuggler "Arnulfo" in 600 Miles, and he's telling CineMovie what the movie has to say about gun control. He's also naming the Hollywood A-listers he would like to work if he made an American film. Watch our Spanish interview.

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