ROME – Terence Davies will be celebrated with a career nod by Italy's Turin Film Festival where a selection of the British auteur's works, spanning from his pluriprized 1988 feature debut "Distant…
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Venice Film Festival director Alberto Barbera has been assembling film events for more than 30 years, during which he's scoured the planet seeking fresh fare, and seen the global fest circuit become…
Alvaro Brechner's sophomore feature (and Uruguay's Oscar nominee) boasts enjoyable leads alongside a plot as predictable as your Great Aunt Bella's matzoh balls: what's fluffy for some will seem…
Mislabeled a documentary by certain festivals, Narimane Mari's quasi-hallucinatory reverie takes an experimental approach to the subject of war.
Popular TV satirist Pierfrancesco Diliberto, known as Pif, does a remarkable job negotiating the delicate balance between humor and heartrending emotion in his terrific feature debut.
TURIN — The Turin Film Festival’s top prize, worth $20,400, went to Fernando Eimbcke's comical "Club Sandwich," which premiered at the Toronto Film Fest. French relationship pic "2 Autumns 3…
The flight of Albanians to Italy two decades ago is the subject of Rolando Sejko's "Anija. The Ship," a docu whose similarity to Daniele Vicari's recent "The Human Cargo" could limit its exposure…
Pity that "Present Tense" has such a generic title, since Belmin Soylemez's feature debut is a memorable look at a young woman whose unexpected career as a fortune-teller grants her insight into…
Bucking recent Italian trends, the 30th Turin Film Festival ended Saturday with record tix sales.
It's impossible not to be charmed on some level by Jung Henin and Laurent Boileau's "Approved for Adoption," though it's best not to ask for too much.
The Italo bow of Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut "Quartet" will open the 30th Turin Film Festival, Italy's ultra-indie event, where English-language pics feature prominently.