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Broadcast areaNorth America
South America
HeadquartersMexico City
Picture format480i (SDTV)
OwnerMVS Comunicaciones
Hemisphere Media Group
(InterMedia Partners 83.8%)
Sister channelsMVS TV
Exa TV
Claro Sports
WAPA America
Televisión Dominicana
CentroAmerica TV
Canal 1 (Colombia)
LaunchedOctober 12, 1993
Streaming media
Sling TVInternet Protocol television

Cinelatino is a Spanish-language movie channel based in Mexico owned by MVS Comunicaciones & Hemisphere Media Group (83.8% owned by InterMedia Partners). The channel is available throughout Latin America as well as the United States and Canada via cable, satellite, and IPTV services.

Cinelatino airs Hispanic films, featuring blockbuster hits and critically acclaimed movies from Mexico, Latin America, and Spain. All movies are presented in their original format and without any commercial interruptions.[1] Cinelatino also features behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with film stars, exclusive coverage of Spanish film festivals, and all the latest news from the Hispanic film industry.

Cinelatino has close working relations with the Los Angeles–based production company, Plus Entertainment, helmed by executive producer Pejman Partiyeli and producers Gonzalo Gonzalez and Rene Michelle Aranda. Plus Entertainment's annual slate of features is produced its entirety to suit Cinelatino's niche market and distributes titles to the likes of Redbox, Walmart, and Netflix to promote the network's presence in the U.S., primarily Hollywood. Recent Plus Entertainment titles that have aired on Cinelatino include the theatrically screened Cherry Red Kiss (Beso de cereza),[2] Sins of a Call Girl (Pecados de una dama del noche), starring Emmy-nominated actress Vannessa Vasquez of East Los High, the 4-time film festival award winning [3] Smile Now Cry Later (Sonríe hoy llora despues), and more.[4]

Plus Entertainment is currently developing Cinelatino's first ever TV series.

In Canada, Cinelatino is distributed by Telelatino Network and is currently available via Rogers Cable, Vidéotron, Cogeco, and Bell Fibe TV.[5]

See also


  1. ^ MVS: Cinelatino information Archived 2011-11-19 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  2. ^ "5-Star Critic Review". IMDb.
  3. ^ "Cinerockom International Film Festival Awards". Archived from the original on 2015-07-04. Retrieved 2015-07-03.
  4. ^ "Plus Entertainment Company Profile". IMDb.
  5. ^ "All TLN Channels". Archived from the original on 2012-02-15. Retrieved 2012-02-21.