SOURCE: Dolce, Inc.

October 24, 2007 14:01 ET

Dolce, Inc. Releasing Film With International Star Anna Falchi

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 24, 2007) - "Sorry You Can't Get Through," with international film star Anna Falchi, premieres in New York City, Sunday, October 28th at Tribeca Cinemas and is one 18 films that DOLCE, Inc. is releasing during 2007/2008.

The film is being distributed by Dolce through its subsidiary Medici Films. Dolce is a new integrated media network that recently acquired The Medici group. During 2008, Dolce plans to launch their network with over 400 feature films, documentaries, television series and specials, distributing the content on television, in stores, online, on the phone and in theaters, worldwide.

Dolce -- founded by President William Medici -- has positioned itself as the premier source of entertainment for those who love all things Italian. Utilizing today's technology, the company seeks to blend the best attributes of cable television, online video websites, social networking platforms as well as theatrical and home DVD distribution mechanisms into one integrated media network.

"The foundation of western civilization is the history and culture that evolved in the Roman Empire. The empire may have dissipated over time, but the richness of its culture is embodied, today, in Italy. In the United States, Asia and throughout Europe, wherever you are, Italian culture has an impact either directly or as an indirect cultural antecedent. With Dolce, we are serving the tastes of Italophiles, while reinforcing the primacy of Italian culture and heritage for those who may not be consciously aware of it," said Medici.

With a strong background both in film and television distribution as well as production, William Medici founded Medici Films, LLC -- the distributor of the hit comedy -- "Sorry You Can't Get Through." However, driven by the opportunities to build a truly integrated media network, Medici had a vision to make "Made in Italy," a mark of quality in the entertainment industry, and Dolce was born.

From feature films, documentaries, music, television series and specials to user-generated video, social networking and multi-media properties, Dolce's goal is to be the most comprehensive media network for Italian, Italian-American and Italophile content. As a free cable television network, Dolce is slated to be carried by the majority of cable operators in the United States and Canada.

William Medici summed it up this way, "If it is Italian, or Italian inspired entertainment and culture, whether it is made in Italy, North America, or made by our audience, Dolce will deliver it online, on television, in stores, on the phone and in theaters, worldwide."

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