A teenaged Neapolitan granita-seller is forced to baby-sit a big-mouthed, female peer for a Camorra boss in "The Interval."
Matteo Garrone's "Reality" has been sold in multiple foreign markets on the heels of winning the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to Matteo Garrone's Cannes competition film "Reality."
"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…
Matteo Garrone's distinctive eye for the aesthetic aspects of moviemaking combined with a drive to reveal the dark side of society, often ironically and always infused with his personal observations…
As Matteo Garrone's "Gomorrah" gains kudos and global converts to the anti-Mafia cause, Italy continues to spawn new ways to recount its age-old mob problem.
Italian Mafia pic "Gomorrah" dominated the European Film Awards, dished out Saturday in Copenhagen.
Mafia-themed movies are making news in Italy, but politicos aren't so happy about the image of the country they're presenting to the world.
UPN's "Veronica Mars" and NBC's "The Office" haven't been ratings juggernauts in their first seasons, but they do have one thing going for them: a fertile timeslot.