Walter Salles on Friday disembarked at the Lido to be honored by the Vatican with its annual Robert Bresson Prize.
Venice Film Festival
Ten years after his controversial "Happiness" caused a stir, touching on themes of pedophilia and rape, Todd Solondz is back with the quasi-sequel, "Life During Wartime," which confirmed the…
Fortissimo Films is back on the Lido in force with two films in competition and another two in fest sidebars.
Digital distribution company Content Republic has inked a deal to release Italian helmer Giuseppe Tornatore's "Cinema Paradiso" on the web.
Buoyed by the success of high-profile titles such as "Il Divo" and "Vincere," the northern region of Piedmont is fast becoming the place to film in Italy.
Covering a film festival can be hectic at the best of times for international media.
After years of suffering under the weight of saccharine laffers targeted at family auds, Egyptian filmmakers are once again gaining critical attention and international exposure.
Iranian cinema is back on the Lido and its filmmakers are not pulling any punches in the aftermath of the country's political turmoil.
Atmo, the fiercely independent shingle based in Sweden, may be small but its size is no obstacle in getting films and TV series in front of auds.
Arab filmmakers are finding themselves caught in the middle of the furor over the Toronto Film Festival's decision to program a sidebar dedicated to the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.
This year, Venice mixes works from established helmers and newcomers.