A Milan judge has ordered former Italo prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and British lawyer David Mills to stand trial on corruption charges.
Italy is the world's fastest-growing market for Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld (DVB-H) technology, meaning buyers heading for AFM are on the warpath, vowing they will not shell out major moolah…
Italy's Medusa Cinema, which threw its weight behind the recently ended RomeFilmFest after being snubbed by Venice, has reason to be pleased.
Italo producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori, the once mighty movie mogul behind hits including "Life Is Beautiful" and "Mediterraneo," was declared bankrupt by a Rome court on Tuesday.
"Playing the Victim," a black comedy by Russian helmer-playwright Kirill Serebrennikov, took the top prize at the first RomeFilmFest, which ended Saturday with organizers pleased, though event's…
The world may not have been crying out for another film festival, but except for those tied to the long-established Venice event, most were willing to give the inaugural RomeFilmFest a shot.
Asia Argento will topline her father Dario Argento's English-language horror pic "The Mother of Tears," billed as the third installment in the cult helmer's "Three Mothers" trilogy.
The first deals to come out of the inaugural RomeFilmFest's Business Street mart surfaced Wednesday, with Adriana Chiesa Enterprises inking a slew of sales pacts for Giuseppe Tornatore's "The…
Georgian-born French director-writer Gela Babluani will shoot a U.S. remake of thriller "13 Tzameti," which was released Stateside by Palm Pictures earlier this year. English-language remake of the…
Red carpets and parties at the RomeFilmFest were cancelled on Tuesday following a morning rush-hour subway collision in central Rome that left at least one dead and some 60 injured.