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1576 articles available in total starting from 01/03/2007. Last article published on 24/06/2022.

Female talent and Academy Awards to take centre stage at Taormina Film Fest

Female talent and Academy Awards to take centre stage at Taormina Film Fest

The festival’s 68th edition will unspool 26 June – 2 July in the Sicilian city, with six international films in competition, premieres and restored movies on the agenda  

24/06 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

Mario Martone is shooting a documentary about Massimo Troisi, Laggiù qualcuno mi ama

Mario Martone is shooting a documentary about Massimo Troisi, Laggiù qualcuno mi ama

The director is working on his new film, dedicated to the Neapolitan actor-director who passed away in 1994, written in league with Troisi’s long-time partner and collaborator, and produced by Indiana  

24/06 | Production | Funding | Italy

Review: Beautiful Beings

Review: Beautiful Beings

Iceland’s Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson gets back to skilfully probing the cruel transition to adulthood in his second film which follows four adolescents grappling with a violent reality  

23/06 | Biografilm 2022

Paolo Sorrentino and Mario Martone come out on top at Italy's Nastri d’Argento awards

Paolo Sorrentino and Mario Martone come out on top at Italy's Nastri d’Argento awards

The Hand of God wins six awards, including Best Film and Best Actresses. Four awards go to Nostalgia and The King of Laughter, among them Best Director and Best Actors  

21/06 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

Review: Erasmus in Gaza

Review: Erasmus in Gaza

Chiara Avesani and Matteo Delbò deliver a stirring coming-of-age tale documenting the road walked by an aspiring Italian surgeon who is the first ever Erasmus student to travel to the Gaza Strip  

20/06 | Biografilm 2022

After a Revolution crowned Best International Film at the 18th Biografilm Festival

After a Revolution crowned Best International Film at the 18th Biografilm Festival

I Never Went Back bags Best Italian Film, while Divas, Beautiful Beings and Red Sky At Night also walk away with trophies  

20/06 | Biografilm 2022 | Awards

Review: Red Sky At Night

Review: Red Sky At Night

The second chapter in Emanuele Mengotti’s trilogy on the American West depicts the first days of lockdown in Las Vegas, flitting between doctors, deniers and homeless people  

16/06 | Biografilm 2022

The Isola del Cinema is returning to the banks of the Tiber, inclusively, sustainably and twinned with Paris

The Isola del Cinema is returning to the banks of the Tiber, inclusively, sustainably and twinned with Paris

The long-standing summertime film festival held in Rome, which is now at its 28th edition, is returning to its usual physical form on Tiber Island between 16 June and 3 September  

14/06 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

Italy's FICE launches “Arthouse Summer” with a plea not to abandon cinemas

Italy's FICE launches “Arthouse Summer” with a plea not to abandon cinemas

The Italian Federation of Arthouse Film is promoting a high-quality film offering for the summer period as cinema operators continue to suffer from audience erosion following the pandemic  

14/06 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Italy

The first clapperboard slams on Il viaggio leggendario featuring Italian YouTube stars DinsiemE

The first clapperboard slams on Il viaggio leggendario featuring Italian YouTube stars DinsiemE

Based upon the book of the same name by the YouTubing duo Erick Parisi and Dominick Alaimo, the movie is produced by Lotus in association with Medusa and directed by Alessio Liguori  

09/06 | Production | Funding | Italy

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