Matteo Garrone's naturalistic crimer "Gomorrah" made a killing at Italy's David di Donatello prizes, scooping statuettes for best picture, director, screenplay, producer, editor, sound and original…
"Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" will open the 39th edition of Italy's Giffoni Film Festival for children.
The Venice Film Festival will unspool a second installment of its revered vintage cinema Italiano retro titled "These Phantoms 2: Italian Cinema Rediscovered."
When Italian producer Domenico Procacci started his Fandango shingle in 1989, it was a commitment not just to a new business but also to personal growth.
A chronology of the key moments in Fandango's 20-year history.
The Locarno Film Festival has announced a large portion of its main juries.
Three years after "The Da Vinci Code" raised ire among Catholics, Sony took its follow-up film "Angels and Demons" right up to the Vatican's doorstep, bowing the film Monday at Rome's Parco della…
Before he became prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi was a consummate media mogul and manipulator. So why not bring all those talents to bear in the political arena?
Campania, the southern Italian region that gave the world Sophia Loren, Sergio Leone and Dino De Laurentiis, is fast becoming Italy's contempo cinematic hotbed.
Production is perking up in Campania, where gap financing and free services combined with spectacular sea vistas and gritty Neapolitan urban settings make for an increasingly enticing proposition. At…
Since the early 1990s, when Mario Martone's psychological noir "L'amore molesto" (Nasty Love) delved into the intriguing underbelly of this Mediterranean metropolis and went to Cannes, a new…