Argentina's Alfredo Federico has launched Rome-based 39 Films to forge production bridges between Europe and Latin America.
Martin Scorsese will attend the upcoming Rome Film Festival to present the restored print of Federico Fellini's "La Dolce Vita," celebrating the Italian cinema classic's 50th anniversary.
Having moved past its pointless initial friction with early-September pic showcase Venice, the International Rome Film Festival has embraced a more populist bent, albeit with a key market component.
When the City of Rome devised an ambitious plan for a top-tier international film festival, they knew that the Via Veneto of "La Dolce Vita" fame had to be factored into the equation.
Imagine a festival section featuring sex, rock 'n' roll and genre pics, but also genocide and green-themed docus, 3-D shorts, "lo-fi" vidclips and even home movies, alongside new works by Alexandre…
Italy is getting hit by the "Sticks" again.
Italy and Russia are forging closer cinematic ties via a groundbreaking collaboration agreement between Russia's state film fund and Italian national film entity Cinecitta Luce, aimed at spawning…
The Rome Film Festival is becoming a satellite venue for European Film Promotion's Shooting Stars program, which showcases new European acting talent.
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia satcaster is in talks with Italian media group Editoriale L'Espresso to gain access to TV frequencies that would expand its reach in Italy's terrestrial TV market.
Hicks in the sticks of the world unite.
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