The world preem of Samuel Maoz's "Lebanon" in Venice ends an almost three-decade trauma for the director.
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For director John Hillcoat and writer Joe Penhall, the road ahead is paved with intriguing projects.
Italo politics continue to crop up in strange ways with movies unspooling on the Lido.
Werner Herzog, Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes made "reinvention" the Lido buzzword on Friday.
Nicolas Winding Refn is bringing East and West together with "Only God Forgives."
Sicily is taking its efforts to lure film production to the next level.
It's a very Italian time for John Turturro.
Tilda Swinton is on the Lido wearing a double hat: as star and producer of Italo helmer Luca Guadagnino's "I Am Love."
New Locarno Film Festival artistic director Olivier Pere slims down the lineup as he looks to revamp the Swiss event.
Dimension Films has confirmed a Nov. 25 wide release for Cormac McCarthy adaptation "The Road," which premiered at the Venice Film Fest.
Isabella Rossellini and Alba Rohrwacher are attached to star in "The Solitude of Prime Numbers."