Paolo Virzi's "The First Beautiful Thing," a bittersweet comedy about a proto-feminist Italo mom, is Italy's foreign-language Oscar entry.
Taking a detour from the usual Kennedy family pastimes such as politics and social activism, Robert F. Kennedy III is playing for laughs, shooting a semi-autobiographical comedy in Italy called…
Plans for a Lifetime telepic starring Hayden Panettiere as Amanda Knox, the American student jailed for murder in Italy, are prompting legal battle cries.
U.S. stage and screen helmer Ulu Grosbard and British author Patrick McGrath will be among jurors at the Rome Film Festival, where thesp/helmer Sergio Castellitto is replacing Giuseppe Tornatore as…
As the "Inception" juggernaut touches down in Italy -- its last major international territory -- Warner Bros. on Tuesday trumpeted a $753 million worldwide haul to date for the surreal heist…
After the Venice Film Festival awarded the Golden Lion to "Somewhere" on Sept. 11, the Italian media served up its usual coda of Venice vitriol, claiming that jury prez Quentin Tarantino strong-armed…
New methods to get world cinema into Euro theaters and in front of auds
A burst of animosity toward Quentin Tarantino on the part of Italian Culture Minister Sandro Bondi is sparking an uproar within Italy's film community.
WINNERS OF THE 67TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL AWARDS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION JURY GOLDEN LION “Somewhere”(Sofia Coppola, U.S.) SILVER LION “The Last Circus” (“Balada triste de trompeta”) (Alex…
Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere" is the winner of the 67th Venice Film Festival' s Golden Lion.
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