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‘The New Pope’ Cinematographer Luca Bigazzi to Get Venice Festival Award

Italian cinematographer Luca Bigazzi, best known for his work with Paolo Sorrentino on 'Il Divo,' 'Youth' and 'The Great Beauty,' as well as HBO's 'The Young Pope' and 'The New Pope' series, will receive this year's Campari Passion Award at the Venice International Film Festival.

European RTL Group to Spend $400M on Streaming Programming Over Next 3 Years

RTL Group, Europe's leading commercial television company, on Thursday said it would invest close to $400 million over the next three years in building up its VOD services, with the bulk, some $340 million, budgeted for content production and acquisition.

‘The New Pope’: First Look at Jude Law and John Malkovich in HBO’s Papal Drama

HBO released a first look image of 'The New Pope,' the follow-up to 'The Young Pope,' which stars Jude Law and John Malkovich.

‘Young Pope’ Producers Developing Audrey Hepburn Drama Series

The Italian production company behind HBO's 'The Young Pope' and 'My Brilliant Friend' are developing a drama series based on the life of Hollywood legend Audrey Hepburn.

Martin Scorsese: HBO’s ‘Vinyl’ Failed Because I Didn’t Direct Everything

Martin Scorsese, who helmed only the pilot of HBO's short-lived series 'Vinyl,' said at the 2018 Rome Film Festival that top directors need to "do everything" on a TV show if they want it to work.

Mipcom: ‘Allegiance’ Writers, ‘Green Prince’ Director Team for NASA Nazi Drama ‘German Moon’

Germany's Beta Film and Zeitsprung and Italy’s Wildside will co-produce the series 'German Moon' from 'The Green Prince' director Nadav Schirman and 'Allegiance' writers Ron Leshem and Amit Cohen about the former Nazi scientists behind NASA's first manned mission to the moon.

‘The New Pope’: John Malkovich to Star Alongside Jude Law in HBO Follow-Up

John Malkovich will star alongside Jude Law in HBO's 'Young Pope' follow-up, 'The New Pope.'

FremantleMedia Reports 32 Percent Gender Pay Gap in U.K.

Female employees are paid, on average, nearly a third less than men at the production giant, a gap rising to 84 percent if bonuses are included.

Cecile Frot-Coutaz Resigns as CEO of FremantleMedia to Join YouTube

The French exec was responsible for rebooting 'American Idol' and for shifting the global production giant towards high-end drama such as 'American Gods' and 'The Young Pope.'

Italian TV No Longer Married to the Mob

While mafia-focused series like 'Gomorrah' continue to play well around the globe, a new wave of home-grown series hope to show the world there’s much more to Italy than organized crime.

Rome MIA: Why Italian Networks Are Betting on English-Language Series

After the success of 'The Young Pope' and 'Medici: Masters of Florence' in reaching a global audience, Italy is forging ahead into international markets.

Rome Market Puts Spotlight on TV as Italy Looks to Lure Hollywood Back

The eternal city's film market, which kicks off Thursday, positions itself as "a highly selective content hub where people can pick a variety of projects or partners in one place in a very short time frame."