New festival artistic director talks strengthening the programme, budget cuts and his desire to get Steven Spielberg to Rome.
Cinema greats Dario Argento and William Friedkin joined Rome Film Festival’s artistic director Antonio Monda on stage for a ‘Close Encounters’ discussion. What started as a retrospective; turned into a candid tell-all.
Under strict anti-piracy measures, which included sealed bags and lock-downs on all electronic equipment, Pixar’s story editor Kelsey Mann presented 30 minutes of exclusive footage and sketched images from the highly anticipated The Good Dinosaur at Rome Film Festival.
Talent wishlists also on the agenda during market panel.
The Italian director discusses trading gritty TV series Gomorrah for love story Alaska.
Rome’s new-look market is putting the onus on convergence to bring cinema, TV and video games under one roof. Melanie Goodfellow reports on the festival’s first International Audiovisual Market.
Photos from the red carpet of Rooney Mara, Josh Hutcherson, Benecio del Toro, Stephen Daldry and more.
Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli’s debut drama Last Summer combines an impressive production team and cast with an intriguing premise.
Rome’s Marco Müller tells Michael Rosser about the 2013 programme’s mix of challenging cinema alongside red-carpet crowdpleasers.