Italy is joining Ridley Scott's user-generated docu feature format "Life in a Day" with "Italy in a Day," which helmer Gabriele Salvatores will direct. Pubcaster RAI and Indiana Productions are…
ROME — Paolo Sorrentino’s "The Great Beauty," a tribute to Rome’s decadence and magnificence amid Italy’s current paralysis, is Italy’s candidate for the foreign-language Academy Award race…
French mini-major Pathe has taken world sales outside Italy on prominent Italo helmer Gabriele Salvatores’ new pic "The Invisible Boy," about a 13-year-old whose growing pains prompt supernatural…
The economic crisis is tackled head-on in Gianni Amelio's "Intrepido: A Lonely Hero," and while the helmer ropes in topics including financial worries, foreign workers, corruption and ineffective…
Italo composer Dario Marianelli, Oscar-nommed for his score for Joe Wright's "Anna Karenina," is indicative of the influence Italians have had on movie music.
A modestly affecting reconciliation drama wrapped in a so-so sports movie by way of a misogynistic romantic comedy, "Playing for Keeps" can't stop tripping all over itself.
Hewing much closer than many other adaptations have to the original adventures of Carlo Collodi's mischievous log-headed lad, Italian helmer Enzo D'Alo's animated version of "Pinocchio" reps a…
John Malkovich is set to star in "Siberian Education," the new film by Italian helmer Gabriele Salvatores ("I'm Not Scared").
Gabriele Salvatores' overly cutesy pseudo-docu.
Gorgeous lensing, a tongue-in-cheek script and playful thesping grace Gabriele Salvatores' English-monikered "Happy Family."
Reps of three generations in contempo Madison, Wis., grapple with commitment, infidelity, hot tempers and cold feet in "The Last Kiss." Nicely thesped and adequately involving narrative tackles…
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