Ettore Scola's affectionate tribute to Federico Fellini is a magical trip through history and memory, recounting the decades shared by these two deities of cinema.
VENICE – Apple and Italy’s film promotion entity Cinecittà Luce are launching an iTunes channel dedicated to classic and contempo Italian titles being touted as the first outlet ever to aggregate and…
The flight of Albanians to Italy two decades ago is the subject of Rolando Sejko's "Anija. The Ship," a docu whose similarity to Daniele Vicari's recent "The Human Cargo" could limit its exposure…
If the 300-plus buyers expected for December's Ventana Sur, Latin America's premiere film mart, are looking for an excuse to stay in Buenos Aires a little bit longer, they now have it.
After recently vacillating on the brink of closure, Italian state film entity Cinecitta Luce is back on the Croisette with new vigor thanks to government refinancing and a more muscular mission to…
A philosophically-minded ode to the belief that animal, vegetable and mineral are ultimately one.
Italo documentary plays more like a DVD special feature than a proper documentary.
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