Oriana Fallaci, the late, great Italian journalist, is getting the cinematic treatment.
Venice Film Festival
Italy and India share a film history dating back 89 years.
If you build it they will come. This motto appears to have worked in a number of ways for Dubai, a city synonymous with growth and prosperity.
Hong Kong's film biz is booming, and driving the industry are revenues from across the border in Mainland China.
Lucky Red has acquired Italian rights to Middle East-set drama "Incendies."
Pablo Larrain, whose "Post Mortem" plays in Venice competition today, is leading a double life.
"Potiche" drew guffaws and final applause -- rare at Venice -- at Saturday morning screening.
Italy's autonomous Trentino Alto-Adige region is looking to lure productions.
John Turturro is back on the Lido this year with documentary "Passione -- A Music Adventure."
For Venice audiences and critics, "In the City of Sylvia," which world preemed there in 2007, established Spaniard Jose Luis Guerin as a talent to track.
There is somewhat of a paradox in Carlo Mazzacurati's comedy "The Passion," which screens today.