This expertly edited profile features Bernardo Bertolucci through the decades, capturing the personality along with the career.
Starwood and Variety held their fifth annual pre-opening-day party on the rooftop terrace of the historic Hotel Danieli in Venice, where the theme this year was La Notte Dei Dreamers (Night of the…
The Italo auteur, who is 72, bowed his first feature, gritty drama "The Grim Reaper," from the Lido in 1962, when he has a boy wonder.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "Cleopatra" is among 20 restored film gems and three docs in Cannes Classics, announced today in Paris.
MADRID — Dietrich Mateschitz, the billionaire owner of Austrian energy drinks company Red Bull, has said that he'd like to spend two days a week thinking up wacky ideas to promote his company's…
Carol Levi, the grande dame of Italian agents who worked for William Morris for twenty years before founding her own tenpercentery, Carol Levi & Company., and repped Anna Magnani, Sergio Leone…
The German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) film subsidy has given visual effects a seat at the incentives table for the next three-year cycle beginning 2013. Effects work done in Germany will qualify for…
The American Film Institute has tapped Bernardo Bertolucci as its guest artistic director at the AFI Fest.
Unexpectedly atmospheric for a teen-angst drama cooped up in a basement, Bernardo Bertolucci's "Me and You" feels like an attempt to show that age, infirmity and three decades away from his native…
This year marks several returns for Bernardo Bertolucci. On May 11, he will be honored at the Cannes Film Festival, the site of his first international triumph in 1964.
The Safran Co. and Gold Circle Films are going to the bank with actioner "ATM," picking up the spec script from "Buried" writer Chris Sparling and hiring David Brooks to direct.
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