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Camillo De Marco


3137 articles available in total starting from 16/05/2002. Last article published on 22/07/2020.

"Venice is key to getting things going again," insists the International Film Critics’ Week

"Venice is key to getting things going again," insists the International Film Critics’ Week

The Venetian event will boast seven first works in competition, all of which screened in world premieres, an opening film bearing the name of Terrence Malick and a closing slot dedicated to Rossellini  

22/07 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Hidden Away and Bad Tales triumph at the Italian Golden Globes

Hidden Away and Bad Tales triumph at the Italian Golden Globes

The foreign press deemed Giorgio Diritti’s movie to be Best Italian Film, also granting it the Best Cinematography Award; Best Director and Best Screenplay went to the D'Innocenzo brothers’ feature  

16/07 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

The Manetti brothers are on set for Daniele Misischia’s Il Mostro della cripta

The Manetti brothers are on set for Daniele Misischia’s Il Mostro della cripta

Having completed the long-awaited Diabolik, brothers Marco and Antonio Manetti are now producing a horror comedy on behalf of Mompracem, directed by a former colleague of theirs  

14/07 | Production | Funding | Italy

The 2020 Apulia Film Fund boasts a €5 million endowment

The 2020 Apulia Film Fund boasts a €5 million endowment

This call for projects is aimed at Italian and European production companies - micro, small and mid-size – which have works in the production phase set to be made wholly or partly in Puglia  

14/07 | Production | Funding | Italy

Taormina FilmFest makes its return with 11 independent European productions

Taormina FilmFest makes its return with 11 independent European productions

Running 11–19 July in both physical and virtual form, the festival features 14 first and second works in competition, 12 documentaries and a tribute to Giuseppe Tornatore and Ennio Morricone  

10/07 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

Review: The Wanderer

Review: The Wanderer

Miguel Mejías’ first feature film adopts an intimate and reflective tone in a tale of a thirty-year-old entomologist’s journey north in search of identity  

08/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain

The Venice Film Festival announces a pared-down programme, but with the main sections intact

The Venice Film Festival announces a pared-down programme, but with the main sections intact

The gathering is getting rid of Sconfini, but has confirmed the competitive Venice 77 and Orizzonti sections, Out of Competition and Biennale College Cinema; the VR competition will unspool online  

07/07 | Venice 2020

The Book of Vision to open the Venice Critics’ Week

The Book of Vision to open the Venice Critics’ Week

The visionary work by Carlo S Hinterman, with executive production by Terrence Malick, will open the 35th edition of the Venice Film Festival's sidebar  

06/07 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Coccinelle Film Sales hits the Marché du Film with a sci-fi drama, a Brexit tale and a love story

Coccinelle Film Sales hits the Marché du Film with a sci-fi drama, a Brexit tale and a love story

The Italian firm is presenting Vera de verdad in the Frontières Buyers Showcase while offering Sanremo by Miroslav Mandić and Cat in the Wall by Mileva & Kazakova to the market  

23/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

New titles enhance the RAI Com line-up in Cannes

New titles enhance the RAI Com line-up in Cannes

The firm is presenting Alessandro Rak’s animated work The Walking Liberty, Gabriele Salvatores’ film made in lockdown Viaggio in Italia and the documentary Fellini of the Spirits  

22/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

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