Back in 1985, Nancy Cartwright had no idea that one of her acting teachers recommending Italian director Federico Fellini’s 1954 film La Strada would have such a deep impact on her life.
For the new film In Search of Fellini, writer/producer Nancy Cartwright and director Taron Lexton took Cartwright’s true-life experiences and created an independent production.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - For most fans of “The Simpsons,” the name Nancy Cartwright may ring a bell as the voice of 10-year-old troublemaker Bart Simpson over 28 seasons of the Fox animated show. Now, the actress is hoping to establish her own...
In Search of Fellini is a semi-autobiographical film about Nancy Cartwright’s whirlwind trip to Italy and the trials in triumphs she encountered along the way.
In Search of Fellini’s Maria Bello will be honored at the 12th annual L.A. Italia Film Fest with the fest’s Excellence Award in recognition of her long acting career and work as a human rights activist.
Nancy Cartwright’s Spotted Cow Entertainment has acquired worldwide motion picture and television rights to Rachel Grant’s thriller novel “Body of Evidence.”
Best known as sarky Chloe from the humourless 24, Mary Lynn Rajskub is forging a serious path in stand-up.
Nancy Cartwright’s film and television production company Spotted Cow is looking to adapt 24 star Mary Lynn Rajskub’s one-woman show for TV or other mediums.
Nancy Cartwright, best known as the voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons,” has launched Spotted Cow as a film/television finance and production company.
Bello plays the mother of a small-town girl (Ksenia Solo) who journeys to Italy in search of the legendary filmmaker, Fellini.