VENICE – The Venice Film Fest has announced prizes for its independantly run sidebar sections. Italo helmer Ivano De Matteo’s "The Dinner," pictured, scored the Europa Cinemas nod for best European…
Venice Critics Week
ROME — The Venice Film Festival's 29th Critics’ Week has unveiled its lineup of nine first works, including eight world preems, featuring fresh pics from Europe, China, Vietnam, Iran, and Palestine…
Moises Sepulveda's clunky two-hander gives unimaginative screen treatment to Pablo Paredes' play.
The laughs are too cartoonish for wide-range appeal in Matteo Oleotto's broadly played comedy set in Italy's Friuli region.
Abdellah Taia botches his adaptation of his own excellent novel, translated here with a distancing coldness not helped by emotionless perfs.
VENICE -Italo helmer Gianfranco Rosi’s fresh docu “Sacro GRA,” about people living on the fringe along the ring road around Rome, is the winner of the Venice Film Festival’s 70th edition which…
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Critics' Week has awarded its prize to "Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot" a sophisticated comedy by first-time Italo helmer Matteo Oleotto. Two-hander set in…
Vivian Qu makes a well-lensed but dramatically underpowered debut with this low-key Nanjing-shot noir.
Sebastian Sepulveda's starkly handsome debut should find welcoming slots in fests worldwide.
Paris-based sales company Elle Driver has acquired all international territories outside Italy on ambitious Italo animation drama "The Art of Happiness," by Alessandro Rak, which opened the…
Frank Mannion's Swipe Films has inked world sales rights to Chilean Sebastian Sepulveda's "The Quispe Sisters," which world premieres today at Venice's 28th Critics' Week. A U.K.-based…