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1449 articles available in total starting from 01/03/2007. Last article published on 18/06/2021.

The Pesaro Festival gets set for an edition unfettered by genre, duration or age limitations

The Pesaro Festival gets set for an edition unfettered by genre, duration or age limitations

Unspooling 19-26 June, the 57th Pesaro International Festival of New Cinema will feature a competition involving 16 films, as well as tributes to Liliana Cavani and Giulietta Masina  

18/06 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

Review: The Day and the Night

Review: The Day and the Night

The first to be made while working from home during the lockdown of 2020, Daniele Vicari’s film is a technically accomplished experiment and an act of artistic resistance  

17/06 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Futura by Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi and Alice Rohrwacher is singled out for the Directors’ Fortnight

Futura by Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi and Alice Rohrwacher is singled out for the Directors’ Fortnight

Produced by Avventurosa in league with RAI Cinema, the documentary looks at the future as imagined by boys and girls aged 15 to 20 whom the directors met during their long journey through Italy  

11/06 | Production | Funding | Italy

Laura Samani’s stark fairy tale Small Body is selected for Cannes

Laura Samani’s stark fairy tale Small Body is selected for Cannes

An Italian-French-Slovenian co-production steered by Nefertiti Film, the Trieste-born director’s debut feature will take part in the 60th edition of Cannes’ Critics’ Week  

09/06 | Production | Funding | Italy/France/Slovenia

The first co-production between Italy and Japan Mishima - Le rose della vendetta is currently in development

The first co-production between Italy and Japan Mishima - Le rose della vendetta is currently in development

Directed by Gigi Roccati and co-written by Edoardo Pesce, who also stars as the male lead, the project will be presented at the 2021 Far East Film Festival  

09/06 | Production | Funding | Italy/Japan

94 European productions and 17 world premieres are set to grace the 17th Biografilm Festival

94 European productions and 17 world premieres are set to grace the 17th Biografilm Festival

The festival dedicated to biographies and life stories is returning between 4 and 14 June, in Bologna and online, boasting a total of 106 films  

01/06 | Biografilm 2021

Nicolangelo Gelormini • Director of Fortuna – The Girl and the Giants

Interview: Nicolangelo Gelormini • Director of Fortuna – The Girl and the Giants

“My aim was for viewers to feel the same sense of discomfort, bewilderment and uncertainty as the protagonist”

The Neapolitan director discusses the approach he took towards his debut film which recounts a terrible real-life event  

28/05 | /Italy

Review: Cruel Peter

Review: Cruel Peter

Ascanio Malgarini and Christian Bisceglia direct a well-made gothic fairy-tale set in Messina on the eve of the devastating 1908 earthquake  

21/05 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Review: Morrison

Review: Morrison

In his fourth film, the singer-songwriter-director Federico Zampaglione ventures into a musical world that’s well-known to him, but doesn’t offer the added value we’d expect  

20/05 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Hidden Away triumphs at the David di Donatello awards

Hidden Away triumphs at the David di Donatello awards

Giorgio Diritti’s film walked away with seven trophies, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor, while Sophia Loren was crowned Best Actress and Pietro Castellitto Best Emerging Director  

12/05 | David di Donatello 2021

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