Adriana Chiesa, who recently resigned as topper of cash-strapped Italo promo org AIP Filmitalia, is at the Market in uber-sales agent mode -- and she's betting on Giuseppe Tornatore's dark tale "La…
"Bye Bye Berlusconi!," the cheeky Panorama black comedy directed by Germany's Jan Henrik Stahlberg may never get distribution in Italy -- the country clearly where it would make the biggest splash.
Roberto Benigni's "The Tiger and the Snow" will not be getting a U.S. release via Bauer Martinez Studios -- despite a deal announced with much fanfare at AFM last year.
Italian media magnate and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's network Rete 4 was slapped with a e150,000 ($179,700) fine Thursday for violating a media law guaranteeing equal air time to candidates in…
The mayor of Rome, Walter Veltroni -- known as a multitasker as well as a film aficionado -- will soon be absorbed into the movie world via a celluloid adaptation of his novel Senza Patricio." Pic…
Freshly bankrolled Italo distributor Moviemax is heading for the Market with an appetite for product to fuel its ambitions to become a local player.
Helmer Michele Placido's gangster epic "Romanzo criminale" (Criminal Novel) was the big winner at Italy's Nastri D'Argento (Silver Ribbons) on Tuesday, scooping five awards, including director…
Adriana Chiesa has stepped down as topper of Italian film promotion body AIP FilmItalia to protest Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's draconian cuts in arts funding.
Arudimentary concoction of soccer fever and tamely trashy tropes, "Really SSSupercool: Chapter Two" is the sequel to a 1983 hit centered on three fans of different teams, all played by burly popular…
Warner Bros. Italia prexy Paolo Ferrari has a two-year mandate to head Italy's motion picture body Anica, which will undergo a radical restructuring.
Italy's cash-strapped film industry is on cloud nine about Cristina Comencini's incest-themed drama "Don't Tell" nabbing a foreign Oscar nom.