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The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days will open Aug. 30 with hotly-anticipated toon "Pinocchio," directed by Italy's Enzo D'Alo and co-produced by several European countries.
Broadway musical performer Paul Michael died July 8 of heart failure in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 84.
Joseph Stein, who wrote the book for tuner "Fiddler on the Roof," died Oct. 24 in Manhattan from a fall. He was 98 and had been ailing from prostate cancer.
A weak comedy with few laughs and little insight.
The second annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival will open with 20th Century Fox's restoration of "Zorba the Greek."
The 1964 classic "Zorba the Greek" is finally debuting on DVD, in a newly restored print that highlights Walter Lassally's beautiful B&W photography -- reason enough to go into a Greek dance. Even…
Easily Italy's most imaginative feature film cartoonist, Naples-bred Enzo D'Alo brings his characteristic respect for children and a strong social p.o.v. to his third feature, "Momo, the Conquest of…
Top Spanish toon maker BRB Internacional has launched Screen 21, a division dedicated to theatrical feature film production.
Laurel Cronin, 53, an actress, singer and dancer, died Oct. 26 in Chicago from cancer. Cronin moved to Los Angeles two years ago after a 30-year career in Chicago theater.
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