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  • Review: 'The Great Beauty' intoxicates with masterful Toni Servillo

     Review: 'The Great Beauty' intoxicates with masterful Toni Servillo
    As its name promises, "The Great Beauty" is drop-dead gorgeous, a film that is luxuriously, seductively, stunningly cinematic. But more than intoxicating imagery is on director Paolo Sorrentino's mind, a lot more. One of Italy's most impressive...
  • Fall is full of great shows for kids - both big and little

     
    There is a lot of variety for families this fall, from magical musicals to magic illusions. There are animal shows for the critter-loving kid and music programs for children who enjoy both classical and contemporary music. If that isn’t enough,...
  • Kerry, Netanyahu discuss Iran's nuclear aims

    Kerry, Netanyahu discuss Iran's nuclear aims
    JERUSALEM -- U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Rome for seven hours Wednesday evening, double-billed as discussions on Iran and Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Headed into the meeting, both...
  • Rome Fest Recruits Top-Notch Jury

    ROME - The Rome Film Festival has rounded out its main jury which will comprise U.S.-based Iranian director Amir Naderi; Italian director Luca Guadagnino; French thesp-turned director Noemie Lvovsky; Russian actor and producer Aleksei Guskov; Chinese...
  • Magazine says NSA spied on Vatican; U.S. denies it

    ROME -- The U.S. National Security Agency may have spied on the future Pope Francis in the run-up to his election in March, an Italian magazine reported Wednesday. The NSA strongly denied the report. Without citing sources, Panorama magazine said the...
  • Wisconsin dog killed by arrow, prompting campaign for justice

    Wisconsin dog killed by arrow, prompting campaign for justice
    Tanya Meyer knew almost immediately that something wasn’t right. She let her two dogs, Zoey and Maggie, out of the house and into the surrounding woods in the small town of Rome, Wis., where they live. Maggie came lumbering back within moments...
  • Rome Fest Kicks Off With Italo Comedy 'Fifth Wheel'

    ROME - The 8th Rome Film Festival kicked off Friday with a home crowd pleaser, Rome-set social comedy "The Fifth Wheel," by frequent Italo hitmaker Giovanni Veronesi, bowing positively, albeit in somewhat subdued mode, prior to plenty of upcoming high-...
  • Pope Francis has a few questions to ask you

    Imagine the pope is coming to dinner. He'll be taking the bus, and he doesn't want you to make a big fuss. It's Francis, after all, the "world's parish priest." There's a bit of an agenda to his visit. He wants to ask how you feel about some of the most...
  • James Gray and Larry Clark To Head Rome Juries

    U.S. director, scribe, and producer James Gray will preside the main jury of the 8th Rome Film Festival, while director Larry Clark will head the fest's more cutting-edge CinemaXXI section. Rome topper Marco Mueller in a statement praised Gray, whose...
  • War criminal Erich Priebke dies at 100; Nazi captain convicted in 1995

    Erich Priebke, a former Nazi SS captain who evaded arrest for nearly 50 years after taking part in one of the worst atrocities by German occupiers in Italy during World War II, died Friday in Rome. He was 100. Priebke was finally extradited to Italy...
  • FIP's "Another Me" To Get Rome World Preem

    The Rome Film Festival has unveiled a first batch of English-language pics in its competition which will comprise the world preem of Fox International Productions' supernatural thriller "Another Me," by Isabel Coixet, and the launch of Scott Cooper's...
  • Letters: The fur flies in West Hollywood

    Re "Shops feel clipped by WeHo fur sales ban," Sept. 21 Your front-page article on the terrible inconveniences suffered by West Hollywood retailers as a result of the city's new ban on fur apparel sales rekindled nostalgia for other bygone freedoms. We'...