Woody Allen, who is being treated like royalty in Italy, started shooting his Rome-set "Bop Decameron" on July 11, stopping early-morning traffic in the Eternal City's central Via Del Corso.
Tom Mockridge, who will succeed Rebekah Brooks as News International's chief executive, is one of Rupert Murdoch's key lieutenants with a long history at News Corp.
ROME -- Rutger Hauer is in advanced talks to join Alicia Scherson's ''The Future,'' the first film adaptation of cult Latin American novelist Roberto Bolano's work.
U.S.-based Iranian helmer Amir Naderi's "Cut," a poetic homage to Yakuza movies, will open the Venice Film Festival's cutting-edge Horizons section, which has also announced its jury roster.
The 64th Locarno Film Festival has unveiled a high-profile lineup, comprising a larger contingent of established international auteurs, along with first-timer helmers, and also featuring some hot…
A Milan court on Saturday delivered a blow to Silvio Berlusconi, ruling that the prime minister and media mogul's Fininvest holding company must pay rival media group Compagnie Industriali Riunite…
The 41st Giffoni film festival for children will feature more kids, more Hollywood -- carefully counterbalanced by lots of international titles -- and also a more multidisciplinary approach to…
The Venice Film Festival has recruited Todd Haynes, David Byrne and Gallic auteur Andre Techine among jurors for its main competition.
Italy's Mondo Home Entertainment has acquired full ownership of distrib Moviemax Italia, in a move that will give the prominent distribbery more autonomy.
The Venice Film Festival is revamping and expanding its Controcampo Italiano section dedicated to new trends in Italian cinema.