Silvio Berlusconi resigned Saturday as Italy's prime minister, ending an anomalous 17-year era in Italian politics marked by the billionaire media mogul's dual role as the country's leading pol and…
Eighteen years after becoming the first media mogul to be elected prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi is losing his political power.
The Italo bow of Bennett Miller's "Moneyball" will open the 29th Turin Film Festival, where U.S. pics feature prominently amid a rich roster of international ultra-indie fare.
ROME -- Silvio Berlusconi on Tuesday promised to resign after a key vote indicated that the Italo media mogul and prime minister no longer has a majority in parliament.
Europe's digital cinema rollout is benefiting Hollywood at the expense of European cinema.
Sebastian Borensztein's Argentine comedy "Chinese Takeaway" was the big winner at the sixth Rome Film Festival, which wrapped on a positive note Friday.
Admissions in Italy are currently down about 10% to 55 million for the first half of 2011, while the market for local pics is up about 10% to a whopping roughly 40% share.
ROME -- Prominent Italo and international TV exec Giorgio Gori has stepped down from his posts as prexy of Zodiak Active, CEO Zodiak South Europe and Latin America, and prexy of Magnolia, the shingle…
The Rome Film Festival Business Street mart wrapped Sunday, trumpeting its future expansion into the Eternal City's Maxxi art museum and announcing winners of its New Cinema Network co-production…
Rome filmmaking collective Citrullo Intl. has been plugging itself into U.S. relationships to help bring the varied interests of its principals to light.