In ways both subtle and extreme, women held the spotlight in Venice this year.
Venice Film Festival
MK2 is broadening repertoire and setting out a gameplan for growth in production and exhibition.
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.
Gallic helmer Bertrand Blier's cancer comedy "The Clink of Ice" has been awarded the Europa Cinemas Label as Best European Film in the Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section.
Pandora Film has boarded "El futuro," director Alicia Scherson's adaptation of "Una novelita lumpen."
Young Italo helmer Saverio Costanzo referenced range of movies to make his ambitious genre-blender.
Dante Ferretti is on the Lido today, taking time from London set of Martin Scorsese's 3D project.
It's clear that Venice has had a long love affair with film.
Alamo Drafthouse is expanding into film distribution under the banner Drafthouse Films.
Andrucha Waddington's "Lope," which screens out of competition Saturday, may mark a milestone for the Spanish film industry.