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Anna Maria Pasetti

15 articles available in total starting from 15/10/2006. Last article published on 22/10/2009.

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Blood, intrigue and corruption in Red Riding Trilogy

One of the high points of the 4th Rome Film Festival, The Red Riding Trilogy was originally chose for the Extra sidebar but added to the Official Selection as a special event, at that it is....  

22/10/2009 | Rome Film Festival | Extra/Official Selectio

Oggi Sposi spoon-feeds clichéd laughs

An ensemble comedy that interweaves the stories of four couples on the eve of their weddings, and their families, Oggi Sposi is the fifth feature film by Luca Lucini, one of the most successful...  

20/10/2009 | Rome Film Festival | Out of Competition/Ital

Diana Elbaum and Jani Thiltges awarded for collaboration

Diana Elbaum of Belgian company Entre Chien et Loup and Jani Thiltges of Samsa Film (Luxembourg) will receive the 2009 Eurimages Award as two co-producers who have distinguished themselves for...  

17/10/2009 | Eurimages Award

Lenny Abrahamson • Director

Interview: Lenny Abrahamson • Director

Filming the difficulty of communicating

Lenny Abrahamson • Director Filming the difficulty of communicating  


Digital a market resource

Digital as a creative territory, distribution format and thus market resource represents the future, everywhere. At least in those countries in which it’s not already the present. API and ANICA...  

30/10/2007 | RomeFilmFest | The Business Street

2ème Forum mondial sur la stratégie et le financement du cinéma

C'est vers l'Europe de l'Est que se tourne cette année le 2ème Forum mondial sur la stratégie et le financement du cinéma, organisé le 21 octobre dans le cadre de la Business Street, dans les...  

26/10/2007 | Fête du Cinéma de Rome | Événements

Francesca Comencini portrays a “rotten” Italy

“This country is also our home,” says Valeria Golino indignantly, in the role of a Revenue Corps officer, against those ruining Italy by abusing both money and power. The confrontation arising...  

20/10/2006 | RomeFilmFest | Competition

An existentialist Patagonia

In the Argentinean mindset, Patagonia is a land deeply tied to fortune, “la suerte”. One goes there in search of it or else to run away from an unfortunate event. In his Born and Bred, Pablo...  

20/10/2006 | RomeFilmFest | Competition

Andò: Between pain and memory

Andò: Between pain and memory

"There is an interior landscape, a geography of the soul. We look for its elements our entire lives," writes Josephine Hart, the Irish author of the heartrending novels Damage and The...  

20/10/2006 | RomeFilmFest | Special events

Davide Ferrario revisits The Truce

Davide Ferrario revisits The Truce

“I’m not a traveller. The attraction for Primo Levi and his stories was so strong as to make me take off in his footsteps. I travelled with him for over 6,000 kilometres,” said Davide Ferrario,...  

20/10/2006 | RomeFilmFest | Competition

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