The Locarno Film Festival has pacted with Europa Distribution, the wide network of indie Euro distribs that acts both as a driver for the European film biz and as a distribution platform for global…
Emboldened by Italy's new tax credits, Italian film commissions are banding together in a concerted effort to make the country a bigger hot spot for international shoots, while striving to co-produce…
The European preem of Fox Searchlight's hot romancer "500 Days of Summer" will open the Locarno Film Festival's 62nd edition, which has also announced a trio of other titles.
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Kenneth Branagh will be feted with a lifetime achievement award by the Rome Fiction Fest, the Eternal City's TV extravaganza that is forging close ties to Blighty and Hollywood.
Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's first state visit to Italy has prompted a cinematic detente of sorts.
As a man-made "replicant" in sci-fi classic "Blade Runner," Rutger Hauer has a memorable speech that begins with the line: "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe."
BeeTV, a personalized, electronic multiplatform programming guide that touts itself as a new way to watch television, has pulled down $8 million from Italian venture capital fund Innogest.
Lionsgate's "Mad Men," Gallic family comedy "Desperate Parents" and Blighty docudrama "The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall" were the big winners at the 49th Monte Carlo TV Festival, which wrapped…
The Locarno Film Festival has secured the international bow of hot Japanese anime pic "Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai," as a key component of its "Manga Impact" sidebar celebrating Japanese…
Giuseppe Tornatore's lavish Sicilian epic "Baaria" will open the Venice Film Festival's upcoming 66th edition, marking the first time in two decades the Lido has kicked off with an Italian film.
Silvio Berlusconi's popularity is sliding in Italy, where a sex scandal has affected the media mogul and prime minister's results in the European Union election.