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Matteo Garrone

European Film Academy Names Young Audience Award Nominees

'Pinocchio,' 'Wolfwalkers,' and 'The Crossing' are in the running for the honor, voted on by 12- to 14-year-olds across Europe.

‘Pinocchio’: Film Review

Roberto Benigni plays the woodcutter Geppetto, who crafts a puppet to replace the son he never had, in director Matteo Garrone’s live-action adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s beloved children’s book, 'Pinocchio.'

Capri, Hollywood Fest to Honor ‘Dogman’ as Best European Film of the Year

Capri, Hollywood, the International Film Festival, will honor Matteo Garrone's 'Dogman,' Italy’s entry for the best foreign-language film race at the Oscars, with its best European film of the year award.

Roberto Benigni to Play Geppetto in Matteo Garrone’s ‘Pinocchio’

The Oscar-winning Italian actor made his own version of 'Pinocchio' in 2002.

Oscars: Italy Selects ‘Dogman’ for Foreign-Language Category

Italy has selected 'Dogman' for the best foreign-language film race at the Oscars, for which lead Marcello Fonte picked up the best actor award in Cannes.

Jerusalem Film Festival: ‘The Dive,’ ‘Red Cow,’ ‘Dogman’ Win Top Honors

The award for best film of the 35th Jerusalem Film Festival was a tie between two films: Yona Rozenkier's 'The Dive' and Tsivia Barkai-Yacov's 'Red Cow.'

Matteo Garrone’s ‘Dogman’ Sweeps Italy’s Silver Ribbon Awards

Matteo Garrone swept Italy's 72nd Silver Ribbon (Nastro d'argenti) Awards Saturday night, with his latest film 'Dogman.'

‘Dogman’: Film Review | Cannes 2018

In 'Dogman,' a modern fable set in Gomorrah country, the thirst for money destroys even the best.

Cannes: Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman,’ Jafar Panahi’s ‘Three Faces’ in Competition

Artistic director Thierry Fremaux at a Paris press conference details the competition and other lineups of the 71st edition of the festival.

AFM: Toni Servillo to Play Geppetto in Matteo Garrone’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’

The 'Great Beauty' star is reteaming with his 'Gomorrah' director on the classic.

Munich Fest Unveils Lineup, Including ‘Dope’ and ‘Tale of Tales’

Actor Rupert Everett and director Jean-Jacques Annaud will receive lifetime achievement awards in Munich this year.

Cannes: IFC Picks Up ‘Tale of Tales,’ Starring Salma Hayek

The fanciful film, directed by Italy's Matteo Garrone, debuted at the Cannes Film Festival.