Joanna Hogg's exquisite, chilly third feature teeters between very boring and completely fascinating.
Geordana Wagner-Porter and Will Rack, Sept. 1, Tuscany, Italy. Wagner-Porter's coordinator of creative content and theatrical marketing at 20th Century Fox; Rack's a creative exec at 21 Laps…
Looking for a relaxing stay after the crush of activities at Venice? Here are a trio of locales that will intrigue showbizzers.
Helmer Abbas Kiarostami is prepping the working-titled "Horizontal Process," his third consecutive pic shot outside his native Iran.
An unofficial twin to "Certified Copy," Abbas Kiarostami's Tokyo-set character waltz is a droll, elegant but faintly trying study in emotional artifice.
Businesses have long tied in with celebrities to sell consumer products. Now even the vacation rentals biz is turning to Hollywood to increase bookings -- and offer studios a new space they might…
Call it a sign of the times: China Central Television is shooting a big-budget soap in Tuscany.
Abbas Kiarostami is in the Cannes competition with "Certified Copy," a sometimes comic meditation on marriage shot in Tuscany and billed as the first film shot outside Iran by the revered Iranian…
Abbas Kiarostami will head the jury of the Capalbio Cinema fest dedicated to international shorts, located in Tuscany, where the Iranian auteur will soon be shooting his next feature.
Up in the villa one enchanted April, in a room with a view under the Tuscan sun, Harvey Keitel had drinks with Giancarlo Giannini. Sound familiar? With a plot so obvious the script chart is…
What might have been a cinephile's wet dream turns out instead to be seductive, stimulating and sodden, in that order, in the three-chapter reflection on love and desire, "Eros." The venture's…
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