Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and Management announced a new Certificate in Film and Television Finance, whereby prospective entertainment finance professionals can attend a four-day…
The Cannes Film Festival has always been the place to see and be seen. But after spending a week or more running between the jam-packed Croisette Palaces and red-carpet events, film execs and talent…
An English-lingo art world thriller with shades of "Hugo" should be a creatively winning combination for Giuseppe Tornatore's sumptuous "The Best Offer," yet beneath the varnish lies a work crying…
Corny as a vat of polenta, but still rib-sticking, Italy-set "Love Is All You Need" offers a romantic comedy for middle-aged palettes.
The Conrad Villa atop the LVH Hotel (formerly the Hilton) is a palatial, two story apartment that has been home to Barry Manilow.
Rome filmmaking collective Citrullo Intl. has been plugging itself into U.S. relationships to help bring the varied interests of its principals to light.
An orchestra director's girlfriend mysteriously goes missing in the high-style, low-substance psychological thriller "Bunker." Colombian helmer Andi Baiz's ambitious follow-up to the well-received…
Serbian helmer Emir Kusturica is in advanced negotiations for Johnny Depp to star as Mexican revolutionary hero Pancho Villa.
The Getty Villa's outdoor presentation of "Agamemnon," part one of the Oresteia trilogy, mightily meets the two main challenges of staging Aeschylus and his Greek brethren for a modern audience.
Call it "The Italian Job," part two. Furor over a finder's fee for a posh villa in Italy has apparently led to the departure of a key agent from Creative Artists Agency.