"Sunny Days," a project centered around a 25-year-old outcast contending with adversity, by Kazach helmer Nariman Turebayev, took the top prize at the Locarno Open Doors Factory co-production lab…
The Venice Film Festival has added Polish helmer Jerzy Skolimowski's provocative thriller "Essential Killing," starring Vincent Gallo as a Taliban insurgent, to its competition roster.
With governments across Europe slashing arts budgets and chopping subsidies, filmmakers and execs fret the ax might logically next fall on the production incentives they rely on.
Dissident Iranian director Jafar Panahi's latest work, a short film shot in Teheran, titled "The Accordion," will open the Venice Days section of the Venice Film Festival, which Panahi has been…
The Locarno Film Festival will fete Italo auteur Francesco Rosi with a lifetime achievement Pard and a Piazza Grande screening of a freshly restored copy of his 1970 anti-war drama "Uomini Contro."
German kidpics emerged the big winners at the 40th Giffoni Film Festival.
Screenwriter Suso Cecchi d'Amico became the grande dame of postwar Italian cinema through versatile visual storytelling talent.
Olivier Pere is putting his stamp on the event by cutting clutter while radicalizing the selection to include more edgy, ultra-indie and genre titles alongside the classic arthouse cinema.
The lineup for this year's Venice Film Festival looks to be a meticulously calibrated mix of classic auteur and genre fare alongside more esoteric offerings.
The Venice Film Festival has unveiled its lineup of 79 world premieres, comprising an ample American contingent, alongside robust European and Asian representations, all making for a meticulously…