Brit artist-turned-helmer Steve McQueen is reuniting with thesp Michael Fassbender for his second directorial effort, "Shame," which sales company HanWay Films will introduce to buyers at the Toronto…
Venice Film Festival
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release "A Letter to Elia" on Nov. 9.
France's Funny Balloons has sold Pablo Larrain's Venice competition player "Post Mortem" to Archibald Films in Italy.
Italy's turbulent history -- both past and present -- made big waves on the Lido Tuesday, as helmer Mario Martone's 19th century-set drama "We Believed," about the revolutionary turmoil that led to…
Chinese documaker Wang Bing, whose first fiction film, "The Ditch," is Venice's traditional surprise addition to its slate, was on the Lido Tuesday talking about plans to focus his camera on contempo…
In Hollywood, 3D is for family-oriented spectacles and low-budget suspensers, with little in between.
Buoyed by the boffo box office of "Avatar," "Alice in Wonderland" and animated pics from DreamWorks and Pixar, 3D is on a roll -- and Venice organizers will be looking to their 3D prize to make…
If he'd stuck to his training, Lionel Gallat would be more concerned with time signatures or comicbook panels than with storyboards and depth budgets.
"Road to Nowhere" is going somewhere.
About half of the 357 movies produced in Italy between 2006 and 2008 have travelled outside country.
Alex de la Iglesia will segue from "Circus" to another dramedy genre-blender.