LOCARNO — Two portraits of people on the edge, Alexander Kvatashidze's war-reporter themed docu-feature "See You in Chechnya" and Alejandro Fernandez Almendras' questioning vengeance thriller "To…
At age 78, you continue to be superbly prolific (an astonishing 48 films), but even your most ardent admirers fail to appreciate two other qualities about you.
Prolific Italian screenwriter and poet Tonino Guerra, who was nominated for three Oscars and worked with many top Italian and international film directors, including Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico…
Can kung-fu fighting monks, cave screenings and feral, caged Santa Clauses save the movie biz?
The unbreakable will of a poor mother who wants to take her children to the big top is the potent force driving "Watch Indian Circus."
How do the Golden Trailers differ from just about every other awards show? They pride themselves on being short.
Oscar-nominated Italian screenwriter Furio Scarpelli died Wednesday in Rome. He was 90.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped Italian screenwriter Suso D'Amico as the first recipient of its Jean Renoir Award for Screenwriting Achievement.
Hudson Capital -- which has snapped up two of Hollywood's oldest studio facilities in little more than a year -- is changing the names of the lots to Capital Studios.
Think Orson Welles. That's who Julie Taymor most resembles. She's a fierce artist from the theater who believes in the power of her visual imagination. She will fight to the death to protect her art…
Seven years after his Oscar-winning "Indochine," French helmer Regis Wargnier returns to the field of large-scale romantic melodrama with "East-West," to mixed results. The story of a young couple…