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Bernardo Bertolucci’s Tone-Deaf Attack on Ridley Scott

You’d think the director would have learned to keep quiet after being blasted by his 'Last Tango' star. Now he’s gone and done it again.

Bernardo Bertolucci Says Ridley Scott “Should Be Ashamed” for Replacing Kevin Spacey

The Italian director also said he wants to work with the actor, who is currently under investigation for sexual assault.

‘Last Tango in Paris’ Cinematographer: “Nothing Happened During the Shooting”

Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro weighs in on the recent accusations that director Bernardo Bertolucci and star Marlon Brando took advantage of Maria Schneider during the filming of the sexually charged 1972 release.

A Dark, Tangled “Tango”: Brando, Bertolucci and the Question of an Actor’s Consent

An art-house sensation that opened amid the height of "porno chic," the 1972 film 'Last Tango in Paris' caused an international uproar. Now, 44 years later, major Hollywood figures like Jessica Chastain and Ava DuVernay are suggesting the director and 'Godfather' star are guilty of raping a young Maria Schneider.

In 2013 Interview, Bernardo Bertolucci Denies Forced Sex Took Place In ‘Last Tango’ Rape Scene

The two-time Oscar winner addressed reports about the 1972 film's most controversial scene in a 2013 interview with THR: "Was she sodomized? It's ridiculous. It's like thinking that in an action movie somebody that's shot dies for real."

Bertolucci Responds to Outrage Over ‘Last Tango in Paris’ Rape Scene Confession

According to the director, the only thing actress Maria Schneider was not aware of prior to shooting was the use of butter in the infamous scene.

Hollywood Reacts With Disgust, Outrage Over ‘Last Tango in Paris’ Director’s Resurfaced Rape Scene Confession

Chris Evans, Jessica Chastain and more have spoken out about a recently resurfaced interview in which Bernardo Bertolucci admitted Maria Schneider wasn't made aware of details of the crucial scene prior to the day of shooting.

Rome Film Fest: Bernardo Bertolucci on Directors Being Voyeurs

The two-time Oscar-winning director reflected on his life and career and also explained why he is reluctant to work with digital film.

Italian Government to Increase Cinema Funding by 60 Percent

The new fund was hailed by the country’s leading directors including Roberto Benigni, Bernardo Bertolucci, Paolo Sorrentino and Giuseppe Tornatore.

Cannes: Got a Couple of Days After the Fest? Here’s How to Spend Them While in Europe

You've already done the big flight, so why not try to stay a spell as three of Europe's cultural marquee events occur right after in Venice, Milan and Paris.

Bernardo Bertolucci Cancels Mexico Festival Visit Due to Health Concerns

The legendary Italian director was a top-billed guest at the upcoming Guadalajara film fest.

Roma Fiction Fest Lineup Announced

Highlights include world premieres of ‘American Crime’ and ‘How to Get Away with Murder’