Venice Film Festival artistic director Marco Mueller will receive China's Friendship Award, the highest nod for foreigners who have made outstanding contributions to the country's economic and social…
Venice Film Festival
Vendors repping documentaries at the Deauville American Film Festival this week are upbeat about the market for U.S. factual films in Gaul.
After the Venice Film Festival awarded the Golden Lion to "Somewhere" on Sept. 11, the Italian media served up its usual coda of Venice vitriol, claiming that jury prez Quentin Tarantino strong-armed…
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WINNERS OF THE 67TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL AWARDS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION JURY GOLDEN LION “Somewhere”(Sofia Coppola, U.S.) SILVER LION “The Last Circus” (“Balada triste de trompeta”) (Alex…
"Potiche" has been acquired by Music Box Films for U.S. distribution.
Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere" is the winner of the 67th Venice Film Festival' s Golden Lion.
MK2 is broadening repertoire and setting out a gameplan for growth in production and exhibition.
In ways both subtle and extreme, women held the spotlight in Venice this year.
Blighty's Swipe Films gets worldwide rights to controversial Indian pic "The Girl in Yellow Boots."
Swedish actress Pernilla August's "Beyond" is the winner of the 25th Venice Critics' Week nod.