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3309 articles available in total starting from 16/05/2002. Last article published on 20/01/2022.

Leonora Addio is the new film by Paolo Taviani

Leonora Addio is the new film by Paolo Taviani

The daring adventure of Luigi Pirandello's ashes and a crime story in 1930s Brooklyn are at the centre of the film selected in Competition at the Berlinale  

20/01 | Production | Funding | Italy

The Trieste Film Festival returns in hybrid form

The Trieste Film Festival returns in hybrid form

Eastern European and Italian cinema will be placed centre stage from 21 to 30 January, with Kornél Mundruczó’s new feature film Evolution opening up the event  

17/01 | Trieste 2021

Susanna Nicchiarelli is shooting Chiara

Susanna Nicchiarelli is shooting Chiara

The biopic about Saint Clare of Assisi, starring Margherita Mazzucco and produced by Vivo Film and Tarantula, concludes the trilogy which began with Nico, 1988 and Miss Marx  

12/01 | Production | Funding | Italy/Belgium

Into My Name explores gender self-identification

Into My Name explores gender self-identification

Selected for the 2022 Berlinale’s Panorama line-up, Nicolò Bassetti’s documentary follows four friends who have transitioned from female to male  

29/12/2021 | Production | Funding | Italy

Chiara Bellosi’s second work Swing Ride is now ready and waiting

Chiara Bellosi’s second work Swing Ride is now ready and waiting

Produced by tempesta in co-production with Tellfilm, the director’s new film has been chosen for the 72nd Berlinale’s Official Selection, within the Panorama section  

23/12/2021 | Production | Funding | Italy/Switzerland

Review: Diabolik

Review: Diabolik

Despite the iconic, black Jaguar E-Type, the Manetti Bros.’ film based on the Giussani sisters’ noir comic book is wordy, phlegmatic and devoid of brilliance  

16/12/2021 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Review: Commitment Hasan

Review: Commitment Hasan

The conflict between faith and personal aspirations in a world torn between tradition and modernisation is at the heart of Semih Kaplanoğlu’s film and Turkey’s candidate for the Oscars  

13/12/2021 | Films | Reviews | Turkey

Shooting has wrapped on the dystopian thriller starring Stefano Accorsi Ipersonnia

Shooting has wrapped on the dystopian thriller starring Stefano Accorsi Ipersonnia

Produced by Ascent Film and Nightswim, Alberto Mascia’s first work is set in the near future where prisoners serve their sentences in a deep-sleep state  

06/12/2021 | Production | Funding | Italy

Review: The Mute Man of Sardinia

Review: The Mute Man of Sardinia

Italian director Matteo Fresi’s film is a sophisticated western set in Sardinia in 1850 which explores an historic family feud, but which fails to drill down into the reasons behind this madness  

03/12/2021 | Turin 2021

The Noir In Festival returns to Milan with a heady mixture of film and literature

The Noir In Festival returns to Milan with a heady mixture of film and literature

The latest edition of the festival combining literature and film noir will unfold 10 – 15 December boasting some brilliant European titles and the Manetti Bros.’ long-awaited Diabolik  

01/12/2021 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

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