With four more years looming on the Lido, Venice Film Fest topper Marco Mueller finally has a chance to take the event to a higher plateau.
In a crowded European Film Market, some titles are creating a stir among international buyers and sellers.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the allocation of Italy's TV airwaves stifles competition. The finding could force Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset to relinquish its Rete 4 station and also…
Franco-Tunisian producer Tarak Ben Ammar is poised to raise his stake in Italian TV production company Lux Vide. Move follows his recent acquisition of Italo film distrib Eagle Pictures.
Italian producer Angelo Barbagallo has boarded Abbas Kiarostami's "The Certified Copy," starring Juliette Binoche. Pic is set to start shooting in March in Tuscany.
In the 1980s Silvio Berlusconi broke pubcaster RAI's broadcasting monopoly by launching commercial TV in Italy. Now his son Piersilvio is breaking Rupert Murdoch's monopoly on Italo pay TV.
Silvio Berlusconi is back in the running to become Italy's prime minister following the fall Thursday of the center-left government headed by Romano Prodi, who defeated the Italian media mogul in the…
The Locarno Intl. Film Festival will focus on cinema from Latin America in the Open Doors co-production mart.
Silvio Berlusconi is poised to return to power in Italy following the eruption of a parliamentary crisis, which is causing the center-left Italian government to vacillate on the brink of collapse.
The Rome Film Festival has bowed to pressure from Italy's film community over its contentiously close dates with Venice by pushing its sked back to Oct. 22-31.
Mediaset is launching three digital terrestrial pay TV channels in Italy in a move that will place the Silvio Berlusconi-controlled web in direct competition with Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia.