A moody and extremely sensorial debut from scribe-helmers Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza.
Gallic alpine village hosts hot co-production market and boosts profiles of Euro features.
Italian neorealism has an impressive proponent in Claudio Giovannesi, whose sophomore feature, "Ali Blue Eyes," reinvigorates the form with exacting honesty.
"Son" plays like a parody of an Italo pic, furthering the peninsula's diminishing rep on the international cinema scene.
Fabio Conversi, the charismatic Italian expat behind Paris-based Babe Films and distribution banner Bellissima, has been an ally to some of Italy's most applauded contemporary filmmakers, including…
The Venice Film Festival has unveiled its full lineup which sees a solid roster of established international auteurs compete for the Golden Lion alongside lesser-known helmers.
Momentous events require powerful storytelling, which helmer Marco Bellocchio delivers in 'Vincere.'
Italian cinema's betes noir, Daniele Cipri and Franco Maresco, pay posthumous homage to the country's unsung kings of B-comedy, Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, in "How We Got The Italian Cinema…