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Jean-Louis Trintignant, French Star With a Gift for Introspection, Dies at 91

Jean-Louis Trintignant, the thoughtful French actor who headlined such art house classics as A Man and a Woman, My Night at Maud’s, The Conformist, Three Colors: Red and Amour, has died. He was 91. Trintignant died Friday at his home in the Gard region of southern France, his wife, Marianne, and agent told the Agence France-Presse. Trintignant […]

CBS Studios’ ‘Last Tango in Paris’ Series to Focus on Maria Schneider’s Perspective on Controversial Production

CBS Studios is backing Tango, a limited event series about the tumultuous events surrounding the making of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1972 erotic drama, Last Tango in Paris. Lisa Brühlmann (Killing Eve) and José Padilha (Narcos) will co-direct the series, with Greg Silverman and JP Sarni of Stampede Ventures executive producing. CBS Studios will co-produce under its […]

‘Ennio’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Filmmaker Giuseppe Tornatore assesses the career of his late collaborator, the renowned movie composer Ennio Morricone.

L.A. Italia Fest to Honor Bernardo Bertolucci and the Taviani Brothers

The L.A. Italia Fest is set to honor Italian directors Bernardo Bertolucci and Paolo and Vittorio Taviani in recognition of their contribution to the cinematic arts.

Turin Film Fest to Pay Tribute to Bernardo Bertolucci With Day of Screenings

The Turin Film Festival on Saturday announced it will hold a day of tribute to Bernardo Bertolucci, the Oscar-winning Italian director who died Nov. 26.

NPR’s ‘Fresh Air’ Parts Ways With David Edelstein After ‘Last Tango’ Rape Scene Joke

NPR's 'Fresh Air' has parted ways with contributor David Edelstein after the film critic made a joke about the rape scene in 'Last Tango in Paris' on his Facebook page following the death of director Bernardo Bertolucci on Monday.

Eva Green on Acting for Bernardo Bertolucci: “My Hair Caught on Fire”

Evan Green, the star of Bertolucci's 2003 film 'The Dreamers,' remembers the late great Italian filmmaker, who died Nov. 26 at age 77. "I always called him the Little Buddha."

‘Last Emperor’ Producer on Bernardo Bertolucci: He Drank From “the Milk of Hollywood”

'Last Emperor' producer Jeremy Thomas reflects on time working with Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26.

‘Last Emperor’ Actress Joan Chen on Bernardo Bertolucci: “He Seduced You Into Pleasing Him”

'Last Emperor' actress Joan Chen recalls how Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26, "took his time" during the shoot for the 1987 film.

Debra Winger Remembers Bernardo Bertolucci: “Now the Party Is All About Him”

Debra Winger, who starred in his 1990 film 'The Sheltering Sky,' recalls a special moment with Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26, in the Sahara Desert.

Critic’s Notebook: Bernardo Bertolucci Indelibly But Disturbingly Pushed the Envelope of Onscreen Sex

The legacy of Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Friday at the age of 77, is defined by his bold examinations of transgressive sexual themes, asserts The Hollywood Reporter’s Rome-based critic Deborah Young, who wrote her graduate thesis on the director.

Bernardo Bertolucci, Oscar-Winning Italian Director of ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ Dies at 77

Bernardo Bertolucci, the Italian director and screenwriter whose films include 'Last Tango in Paris' and 'The Last Emperor,' for which he won the Academy Award for best director and adapted screenplay, has died in Rome. He was 77.