Milan prosecutors on Tuesday requested the indictment of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in a four-year probe into alleged tax fraud and false accounting at the media…
Silvio Berlusconi has formed a new government, surviving a clash with coalition allies that last week led to his formal resignation as prime minister.
Gauls are watching a copshow set in Rome's Tuscolano 'hood, two other Italo copshows are to air in China, a soap set in a Turin shopping mall will go out in Kazakhstan, and several Italo skeins will…
Milan's La Scala Theater replaced its top exec Thursday in an attempt to end the power clashes between staff and management at the venerable opera house that led to vet conductor Riccardo Muti's…
Media mogul-turned-politician Silvio Berlusconi on Wednesday formally resigned as prime minister of Italy's 59th postwar government but plans to continue running the country by forming a new…
Airing in Italy two weeks after John Paul II's death and as Benedict XVI is elected, Papal biopic "Karol" is scoring record-breaking primetime ratings for Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's…
Italy's Lux Vide, the prolific telepic producer of "Mother Teresa" and "The Bible" series, is beefing up operations and venturing into film distribution. It's hired vet exec Claudio Tinari, formerly…
In the latest twist in the crisis crippling Milan's Teatro Alla Scala, the opera house's most prominent benefactor, Mediaset chairman Fedele Confalonieri, has ankled as prexy of its philharmonic…
Ferzan Ozpetek's social drama "Sacred Heart" and Giovanni Veronesi's romantic comedy "Manual of Love" lead the race for Italy's Davide di Donatello film awards, with 12 nominations each.
Slain Dutch helmer Theo van Gogh's "Submission, Part I" will not unspool at the Locarno Film Festival despite demands from local pols to screen the controversial short to defend freedom of expression.
The barrage of news footage covering the death of Pope John Paul II that is being beamed around the world comes, surprisingly, from just one source.