He is one of the last icons of Italian cinema and theatre.
Franco Zeffirelli, who turns 90 this year, welcomes us inside his home.
“I really believe that, as an actor, no matter what your age is, you should always put the character and the story in first place and not you, as a
Euronews reporter Wolfgang Spindler spoke to the exiled Iranian filmmaker of Kurdish ethnicity Bahman Ghobadi. The director speaks about making
The ‘Arab Spring’ has changed several political regimes in the Middle East, shaping modern culture in the Arab World. With Turkey’s political
Generation Y met with Manoel de Oliveira. At 103-years-old, the Portuguese director continues to make films and to think of the world philosophically
A quote, commonly ascribed to one of the fathers of the European Union, Jean Monnet said: “If I had to do it again, I would start with culture”.
At the 65th Cannes Festival, Iranian film director Asghar Farhadi was, once again, the centre of attention, this time for his next film project. The
These days the media is almost everywhere. It creates a huge impact. Increasingly it is not just something we can learn from, but something we need
In this edition of The Network Chris Burns and his guests look at how internet downloading is impacting the movie industry.
The red-carpet galas
Michele Berrebi owns a small cinema in the south of France in Provence. The cinema was set to close when she bought it four years ago. Michèle
These are some of the questions you asked Xabi Molia:
1- Do movies over sensationalise disasters?
2-Will recent disasters inspire new
Born into a wealthy middle-class family 100 years ago, Manoel de Oliveira’s ambition was always to be an actor. But the arrival of the movies changed