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Rome 2019


23 articles available in total starting from 17/05/2019. Last article published on 31/10/2019.

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Andrei Konchalovsky • Director of The Sin

Interview: Andrei Konchalovsky • Director of The Sin

“Michelangelo was lucky to be considered a genius”

Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky tells us about The Sin, his film about Michelangelo and the special closing event of the 14th Rome Film Fest  

31/10 | Rome 2019

Europa Distribution explains why together is better at Rome's MIA

Europa Distribution explains why together is better at Rome's MIA

The network held its 13th Annual Conference during Rome's market, gathering around sixty of its members to discuss the latest evolutions in the European distribution market  

29/10 | MIA 2019

Alessandro Piva • Director of Santa subito

Interview: Alessandro Piva • Director of Santa subito

“A story with two victims”

Alessandro Piva talks to us about Santa Subito, a documentary which explores a femicide carried out in Puglia in 1991 and which won the Audience Award at Rome Film Fest’s 14th edition  

28/10 | Rome 2019

Review: Tornare

Review: Tornare

Cristina Comencini reunites with Giovanna Mezzogiorno fourteen years after Don’t Tell in this thriller which focuses on the subconscious and which closed the 14th edition of Rome’s Film Fest  

28/10 | Rome 2019

Alessandro Piva’s Santa subito wins the Audience Award at the 14th Rome Film Fest

Alessandro Piva’s Santa subito wins the Audience Award at the 14th Rome Film Fest

The Best Film in the Alice nella Città section is The Dazzled, while Lorenzo Mattotti wins the Best Director Award for The Bears' Famous Invasion of Sicily, and Cleo is also a winner  

28/10 | Rome 2019 | Awards

Review: 438 Days

Review: 438 Days

Jesper Ganslandt’s film is an engrossing chronicle of the 438 nightmarish days where two men were crushed under the mechanism of the large mining and oil interests of Western countries in Africa  

28/10 | Rome 2019

Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov  • Directors-producers of Triumph

Interview: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov • Directors-producers of Triumph

“This story is a remarkable metaphor for the fake democracy that we have been living in to this day”

Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov talk to us about their new project, Triumph, which scooped the Eurimages Co-production Development Award at Rome’s MIA  

25/10 | MIA 2019

Original stories with global appeal take centre stage at the MIA

Original stories with global appeal take centre stage at the MIA

The MIA market in Rome featured a raft of brand-new films, series and projects for the 2020-2022 season  

23/10 | MIA 2019 | Awards

Review: This Is Not Cricket

Review: This Is Not Cricket

Jacopo de Bertoldi’s documentary on the values of integration tells the story of a friendship between two boys united by their passion for cricket, in Rome’s most multiethnic neighbourhood  

23/10 | Rome 2019 | Alice nella Città

Review: Three Days and a Life

Review: Three Days and a Life

Nicolas Boukhrief directs a compelling, provincial thriller based upon Pierre Lemaître’s bestseller, where the line between innocence and guilt becomes irreversibly blurred  

22/10 | Rome 2019

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