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    Exclusive: 5 Minute Clip of Penelope Cruz Speaking Italian in 2013 Drama 'Twice Born'

    In Sergio Castellitto's drama "Twice Born," Penelope Cruz adds Italian to a resume full of English and Spanish speaking roles. The film, which had it's theatrical release earlier last year, arrived on DVD yesterday.

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    Emerging Pictures Announces New Initiative to Bring Italian Films to U.S. Screens

    Emerging Pictures is collaborating with Istituto Luce-Cinecittà and the Italian Trade Commission to create "Cinema Made in Italy," a new project designed to bring Italian cinema to American audiences. The Istituto Luce-Cinecittá and the Italian Trade Commission have created a fund that will help Eme...

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    Why Fellini Never Made His Masterpiece, 'The Journey of G. Mastorna'

    The following is an excerpt from "The Journey of G. Mastorna: The Film Fellini Didn't Make," which was recently released in an English translation by Berghahn Books.

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    At 70, the Venice Film Festival is Good, But No Longer One of the Greats. Here's Why.

    I first came to Venice in the autumn of 1990; I returned two years later, in September, to attend its film festival, known to locals as the Mostra. Yet even then there was a sense that the party -- whatever that might have been -- was over. Longtime attendees (and there was no shortage of these: the...

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    Locarno Film Festival Review: Home Movie Footage of Genocide Makes 'Pays Barbare' Essential Viewing`

    Redefining history in its own images, the remarkable hourlong found footage project "Pays Barbare" is less documentary than curated document. Longtime Italian avant garde directors Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi ("From the Pole to the Equator") assemble material from a private archive cov...

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