Bernardo Bertolucci on Monday will return to the director's chair after an eight-year hiatus to shoot coming-of-age drama ''Io e te'' (Me and You) which, contrary to previous plans, will not be in 3D.
Italy's Perugia Intl. Film Festival is shaping up as a potential high-profile event, having forged a partnership with Martin Scorsese's The Film Foundation and a close rapport with New York's Museum…
The Rome Film Festival has recruited British helmers/scribes Terence Davies and David Hare, composer Michael Nyman and writer Hanif Kureishi to hold onstage conversations during the upcoming event's…
Paolo Ferrari will step down as topper at Warner Bros. Entertainment Italy, which has appointed Barbara Salabe to replace the longtime studio exec.
Kiwi writer-director Niki Caro ("Whale Rider") has inked to pen and helm "Callas," a biopic about the late Greek opera star, Maria Callas, produced by the Rome-based De Angelis Group.
A Rome court on Monday ruled in favor of BBC Worldwide and Italo pubcaster RAI in their copyright infringement suit against Mediaset over dance show "Baila!," forcing Mediaset to make some…
Roughly a century after millions of Italians exited their homeland in a mass exodus considered the largest migration in modern history, hardly a day goes by without headlines in local media about the…
Jim Belushi will be feted by the RomeFictionFest, where a slew of U.S. shows will have their international preems, including ABC's "Once Upon a Time," "Revenge" and its "Charlie's Angels" reboot…
Luciano Sovena is out as topper of Italian state film entity Cinecitta Luce, after holding the key post for eight years, following a restructuring by Italo Culture Czar Giancarlo Galan.
Richard Gere will be honored by the Rome Film Festival, which has also recruited Michael Mann for an onstage conversation, and secured sneak-peek footage of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part…