Call it flying the home flag with a twist. While Italo pics have always been a fixture at the Venice Film Festival, fest topper Marco Muller has found a different way of displaying local fare.
Pierre Menahem's Paris-based sales company Momento! has acquired all international rights outside Italy to "Private," the drama of a Palestinian family trapped at home by Israeli soldiers that was…
The Italian government has confirmed that Robert De Niro will receive honorary citizenship during the Venice Intl. Film Festival, despite objections by a U.S.-based Italian-American advocacy group…
Italian and U.S works dominate the shorts lineup of the 61st Venice Intl. Film Festival, announced Tuesday: Section features a beefed-up roster of 26 titles competing for the Silver Lion.
Italian film producers are up in arms over funding cuts being proposed by the government headed by Prime Minister/media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi. Among those complaining is Medusa, the country's top…
Italian film producers are up in arms over funding cuts being proposed by the government headed by Silvio Berlusconi, who owns the country's top production and distribution outfit, Medusa, which is…
Italians call him SuperPippo. But the smooth Sicilian showman proved far from invincible, as his 47-year stint on the national airwaves came to a halt last week when RAI sacked the Italo tube icon.
Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Irons will chair the AmFar Cinema Against AIDS event during the 61st Venice Intl. Film Festival.
While Hollywood will hold court at the upcoming 61st Venice Intl. Film Festival, European pics rule the roost at the fest's new Venice Days section, unveiled by artistic director Giorgio Gosetti…
U.S. titles dominate the 61st Venice Intl. Film Festival's lineup unveiled by new artistic director Marco Muller, who has combined crowd-pleasers and art films, an ample dose of animation and a…
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