Dante Ferretti is on the Lido today, taking time from London set of Martin Scorsese's 3D project.
Venice Film Festival
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.
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Andrucha Waddington's "Lope," which screens out of competition Saturday, may mark a milestone for the Spanish film industry.
First-time Italo helmer Aureliano Amadei's is winner of the fest's first official nod.
Sexually graphic films are a given at almost any international film festival, to the point where it might seem naive to acknowledge the sheer number and variety of explicit images one has encountered…
With 2007's "The Secret of the Grain," Tunisian-born and France-based Abdellatif Kechiche broke through as one of Gaul's best-regarded Maghrebi-French directors.
Producer Christine Vachon has been tapped to deliver the Variety Cinema Militans Lecture at the Netherlands Film Festival Sept. 26.
Ticket sales and the number of journos attending Venice are up this year, which is no small feat, considering the poor global economy.
Greek cinema continues its burst of creativity, despite turmoil caused by the country's financial crisis, as attested by its strong presence on the Lido.
Gallic mini-major MK2 is taking its production and exhibition ambitions to the next level.