Daniele Luchetti brings his usual mix of warmth, drama and boisterousness to this flashback to the roiling Italian 1970s of his youth.
Already a world leader in finished films, Cannes is entering the unfinished film business.
Despite its relative youth, there's a tremendous amount of tradition surrounding the media business.
“Forever Young” is described as a “social experiment,” throwing quintets separated by two generations together in a house a la “The Real World,” and asking if they can “bridge the gap.” It's a cute…
TV Land has added Ashton Kutcher's reality series "Forever Young" to its lineup, slating the show for spring.
A lonely canoe drifts and slowly disappears into the limitless ocean under a foreboding sky.
If daunting physical conditions served as an impediment to Dean Semler, he wouldn't have much of a career. But this sturdy, versatile cinematographer -- characterized by an ageless enthusiasm and an…
"Bullet for Adolf," a make-it-up-as-you-go-along comedy by first-time scribes Woody Harrelson (yes, that Woody Harrelson) and Frankie Hyman, is a hot mess.
While studying cinematography at Rome's Cinecitta Studios, Mark Jackson decided to shirk his classes and abandon the Eternal City.
Dante Spinotti might be a seasoned vet, but his adaptability reveals no ego
"Jose y Pilar," which was produced by Pedro and Agustin Almodovar's El Deseo, Fernando Mereilles' 02 Filmes and Portugal's JumpCut, has been sold to Italy's Feltrinelli and Mexico's Plan B.