Bowing to mounting protests over arts cuts, the Italian government headed by Silvio Berlusconi has suddenly decided to refinance the country's comprehensive arts fund and abolish a controversial tax…
With governments across Europe slashing arts budgets and chopping subsidies, filmmakers and execs fret the ax might logically next fall on the production incentives they rely on.
Spending cuts by the Italian government have hit Milan's famed La Scala like a soprano reaching for a high C -- loudly, and with drama.
Italy's movie and political worlds made for an explosive mix at the 66th Venice Film Festival.
Italo government ministers have opened a major outpost of Cinecitta film studios in the northern city of Milan.
The Locarno Film Festival unveils its lineup with the event to kick off Aug. 6 with the Euro preem of Julian Jarrold's "Brideshead Revisited" in the Piazza Grande, the Swiss-Italian lakeside town's…
The Venice Film Festival's $100 million Palazzo del Cinema will begin construction before the fest's Aug. 27-Sept. 6 edition.
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