The rebooted Rome Film Festival is gearing up for its first edition headed by Marco Mueller: It's announced details of its Perspectives Italy section and will unveil fest's full lineup, said to…
As the White House and congressional leaders condemned the assaults on U.S. missions in Egypt and Libya and sent Marines to Tripoli, the mystery deepened over who is responsible for the anti-Muhammad…
South Korean helmer Kim Ki-duk's "Pieta" is the winner of the 69th Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion.
ROME -- The Venice Film Festival's independently run Critics' Week awarded its prize to Swedish first-time helmer Gabriela Pichler's social drama "Eat Sleep Die," about a hard-working Muslim girl who…
VENICE -- European Union pols are poised to clash over proposed new film funding legislation, now in final stages, that could cut coin for Euro co-productions with Hollywood and other countries, and…
VENICE -- The Locarno Film Festival has appointed Italian film critic Carlo Chatrian as artistic director, following Olivier Pere's exit.
The first Venice Film Market wrapped on a high note Monday with clear signs of intensive, mostly Eurocentric, dealmaking being done, industryites praising facilities and services, and the prospect…
VENICE -- A power struggle at the Cairo Film Festival has prompted the ouster as artistic director of Egyptian film critic Youssef Cherif Rizkallah, who is to be replaced by filmmaker and producer…
Euromed Audiovisual, the film unit of the EU program that supports dialogue between cultures in the Mediterranean basin, is launching an initiative to boost distribution.
Russia's state-backed film promotion body, Roskino, has pacted with Rome-based sales house Intramovies, which will become its consultant-agent on 12 Russian productions.
Egyptian helmer Ibrahim El Batout had a particularly personal motive that drove him to shoot "Winter of Discontent," the raw, eye-opening drama that is among his country's first post-revolution pics…