Despite Italy's current economic blues, the Italian film industry is humming, with realistic prospects of reaching a whopping 40% local market share this year, meaning Cinema Italiano can even aspire…
The Montreal World Film Festival unveiled its slate of 383 films from 70 countries Tuesday, including opener "Coteau Rouge," Quebec helmer Andre Forcier's offbeat family drama, which world preems in…
Italy's exhibbers are threatening to shutter movie theaters across the country in a protest against plans to introduce a new one Euro ($1.3) tax on movie theater tickets.
Unapologetically formulaic comedy is uninterested in challenging auds and never truly confronts stereotypes.
Italian Islamic fundamentalism-themed comedy "Che Bella Giornata" (What a Beautiful Day) has edged out Roberto Benigni's triple Oscar-winner "Life Is Beautiful" as the country's alltime top local…
Vampire romancer "New Moon" and Sony's disaster pic "2012" continued to dominate the international B.O. over the Nov. 27-29 frame, pulling in $85.1 million and $61.6 million, respectively.
An attractively lensed tale about a young man seeking his place in life and love, "The Fever" gradually evolves into a passionate social statement about the ills afflicting contemporary Italy. An…
Coming out of Italy's deep south, the new hot spot for lowbrow, low-budget laffers, chase comedy "The Big Bang" tastes too much like stale potatoes to pull in the big auds it aims for. Obvious plot…
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