Mediaset posted a modest increase in net profit, up to Euros 372.3 million ($542 million) for the first nine months of 2007, compared with Euros 371.6 million ($541 million) for the same period a…
Enzo Biagi, the venerated Italian TV and newspaper journalist who for more than 40 years was a dinnertime fixture on pubcaster RAI, from which he was famously banned after clashing with Silvio…
Cosa Nostra don Toto Riina has been watching his life story on the tube -- from a high-security Milan jail cell.
Fox Intl. Channels is launching its Fox Crime web into the Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as a prelude to moving the branded net dedicated to crime, courtroom drama and mystery…
Jason Reitman's zippy comedy "Juno," about a sharp-tongued 16-year-old dealing with an unwanted pregnancy, won the top prize at the Rome Film Festival, which ended Saturday.
Silvio Berlusconi has been definitively acquitted by Italy's highest court on charges that he sought to bribe judges in a case pertaining to a battle to buy food congolomerate SME.
As goodwill ambassadors for Hollywood's political pics, Tom Cruise and Robert Redford were well cast.
Italy's indie film distributors are increasingly making "go mainstream" their mantra.
Tyro Polish helmer Slawomir Fabicki has won the top prize at the Rome Film Festival's New Cinema Network co-production mart for "Bonobo Jingo."
Tom Cruise underplayed the politics, leaving it to Robert Redford to lash out against the U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq at the center of "Lions for Lambs," for which the pair held their first…
Francis Ford Coppola galvanized the Rome Film Festival, where his "Youth Without Youth" world-preemed to mixed reaction, prompting plenty of debate over the film, while Coppola's meetings with press…