Vivarelli, Nick
September 2006
Daily Variety;9/6/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 45, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the support extended by Italian prime minister Romano Prodi to the Venice film festival and its quest for a new Palazzo del Cinema. Biennale president Davide Croff and fest topper Macro Muller are optimistic of financial support from the government for building a new venue that would put Venice in a different position in its competition with the emerging Rome-FilmFest.


Related Articles

  • A REVISIONIST VENICE Org blames past crises for blemished rep. Vaucher, Andrea R. // Daily Variety;9/4/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 66, p7 

    Details the claim made by Franco Barnabe, president of the Venice Biennale, the arts and cultural organization that runs the Venice Film Festival in Italy, that a combination of crisis and competition since the 1960s has affected the festival's reputation as a world-class event. Plans to...

  • Filmmakers. Rooney, David // Variety;03/23/98, Vol. 370 Issue 6, p18 

    Presents news of note on all aspects of the entertainment industry. Nomination of veteran banking and finance manager Paolo Baratta by Italy's Deputy Premier Walter Veltroni, as president of the Venice Biennale; Celebration of the 51st anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival to pay homage to...

  • FEST FACES CENSORSHIP. Osborne, Magz // Variety;4/4/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 7, p11 

    Focuses on the Singapore Film Festival to be held in Singapore from April 14-30, 2005. List of motion pictures to be screened at the festival; Efforts by organizers of the festival to contribute to regional film culture; Problems confronting the motion picture industry concerning censorship and...

  • NORDIC DRAGON RISES. Holdsworth, Nick // Variety;1/24/2011, Vol. 421 Issue 10, pA7 

    The article focuses on the Goteborg International Film Festival, which will be held January 28-February 7, 2011 in Goteborg, Sweden. The festival's Dragon Award, which offers a prize of almost $150,000 to the winner of a competition for motion pictures produced in Scandinavian countries, is...

  • Eternal City event weathers political storm. Vivarelli, Nick // Variety;8/29/2011, Vol. 424 Issue 3, p63 

    The article focuses on the Rome Film Festival in Rome, Italy, discussing the political aspects of the competition between that festival and the larger Venice Film Festival, each of which receives government funding.

  • Italy alters film funding. Vivarelli, Nick // Daily Variety;9/2/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 42, p10 

    Reports on the decision of government to reduce funds for filmmaking project in Venice, Italy. Percentage of the government funds; Introduction of unspecified incentives for film producers working with screenwriter beginners; Regulations pertaining to film budget.

  • PESARO.  // Framework: The Journal of Cinema & Media;Spring76, Issue 3, p39 

    The article reports on the atmosphere of film festivals in Pesaro, Italy. Film festivals in Pesaro became smaller because of the gradual shrinking of the Venice Biennale. Its subsidies, source and allocations of funds are not enough compared to other festivals such as Sorrento gathering....

  • Biennale chief set as fest prexy hunt looms. Vivarelli, Nick // Daily Variety;2/12/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 33, p9 

    Reports on the appointment of banker Davide Croff as president of Venice Biennale and its impact on the Venice International Film Festival. Search for an executive to replace Croff; Appointment of Croff by Italy's upper house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies.

  • Film Society snares coin. Cox, Gordon // Daily Variety;10/12/2010, Vol. 309 Issue 7, p2 

    The article reports on the 37 million U.S. dollar fund attained by the Film Society of Lincoln Center from its campaign announced during the New York Film Festival.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics