After shuttering its London-based Fandango Portobello joint venture, Italian producer Domenico Procacci's Fandango is kicking off sales solo at the Rome Film Festival's Business Street mart on Rome…
ROME – Giuseppe Tornatore's art world thriller “The Best Offer,” starring Geoffrey Rush, was the big winner at Italy's David Awards, scooping six of the top Italo film nods, including best picture…
Germany's Beta Film has taken world sales on "Gomorrah," the high-profile Italo TV series which aims to depict the real Neapolitan mob with a degree of authenticity that's never been seen before…
In the wake of the election of Pope Francis, Sundance Selects will re-release Nanni Moretti's comedic drama "We Have a Pope" ("Habemus Papam") beginning next Wednesday. "We Have a Pope" will be shown…
An Italo woman comes across a rotary telephone that can call into the past in "Discovery at Dawn," the second feature from thesp-helmer Susanna Nicchiarelli ("Cosmonaut").
A powerful recounting of events, guaranteed to open the eyes of anyone still harboring fuzzy notions of the infamous police response to the 2001 G8 summit riots in Genoa.
An awkward, otherworldly Italo chap has to face his fear of women and the unfamiliar just when an alien invasion is about to strike.
"Gomorrah," the gritty Italo pic hailed as the most realistic Mafia movie ever made, is being developed into a 12-part TV series by Domenico Procacci's Fandango in tandem with Cattleya and Rupert…
Eric Abraham of the U.K.'s Portobello Pictures immediately recognized Domenico Procacci as a kindred spirit when they met at a producers' seminar in Copenhagen in the early '90s. Abraham was drawn to…
Making waves in Italy's publishing world, Domenico Procacci's Fandango shingle is beefing up its book side big-time with help from star author Alessandro Baricco, whose novel "Silk" is being spun…