The Taormina Film Fest on Monday unveiled its strongest lineup in recent memory.
Italy's film community is up in arms over Euro zone belt-tightening measures that threaten several of the country's top cinematic entities, including the Centro Sperimentale Film School, the National…
Rupert Murdoch is championing freedom of the press in Italy, where his Sky Italia pay TV satcaster is spearheading protests against the latest media clampdown proposed by Prime Minister Silvio…
Charlie Kaufman will be feted by Italy's Biografilm Festival, where Yank documaker John Scheinfeld ("The U.S. vs John Lennon") and former Monty Python member Michael Palin will also be on hand to…
BIM Distribuzione has snapped up Italo rights to Cannes Palme d'Or winner "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," capping a relatively active Cannes Market for Italian buyers, despite their…
As Cannes winds down, the Venice Film Festival, which runs Sept. 1-11, looks set to have a strong Asian accent with John Woo's martial arts actioner "Reign of Assassins" and Johnny To's hitman…
Veteran Italo helmer Ermanno Olmi, best-known outside Italy for his Cannes Palme d'Or winner "The Tree of Wooden Clogs," is set to return to narrative filmmaking with "Il Villaggio di cartone" (The…
Italo auteur Marco Bellocchio, whose Mussolini-era melodrama "Vincere" has been making a splash internationally, will soon be back in the director's chair with "La Monaca di Bobbio," a historical…
One year after Italy launched tax credits offering foreign productions filming in the country up to 25% of a pic's budget, capped at $6.5 million, Hollywood is heeding the call.
In a clear indication that Chilean cinema can be a hot international commodity, Films Boutique has sold pluriprized comedy "Optical Illusions" to a slew of territories.
Fox Intl. Prods. is making further inroads in Germany, teaming with Matthias Schweighoefer's Pantaleon Films on romantic comedy "What a Man."
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