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…
BOURG MADAME, France – Forging a partnership with Mediapro, one of Spain's most prominent producers of international art house auteurs, Film Factory has acquired world sales rights outside Spain to…
ROME — The Venice Film Festival’s independently run Venice Days, modeled on Cannes Directors' Fortnight, has unveiled its lineup of 14 pics unspooling in the official selection which sees known names…
ROME – Prolific South Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk's multiple murder thriller "One On One" will open the Venice Film Festival's independantly run Venice Days section on August 27. "One On One" is about…
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section is reconfiguring its prizes and taking a formative tack. After ten years as a non-competitive event, the prestigious section modelled…
The Venice Film Festival’s independently run Venice Days section is celebrating its first ten years with a Euros 20,000 ($27,000) cash prize to be awarded at it’s 11th edition Aug. 27-September 6…
Milko Lazarov makes a painstakingly arty, emotionally wan debut with this story of a Greek man buying a newborn in Bulgaria.
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…
Richie Mehta's engrossing, multi-layered film is a movingly handled story of a child's disappearance.
"Philomena," "Tracks" and "Joe" looked like early standouts for buyers as a buoyant Venice festival, energized by a bullish reception for Warner Bros.' opener "Gravity," hits the midway mark.