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1534 articles available in total starting from 01/03/2007. Last article published on 28/01/2022.

Series review: Christian

Series review: Christian

In the new Sky Original series, Edoardo Pesce plays a suburban slugger who gets stigmata on his hands and starts performing miracles  

28/01 | Series | Reviews | Italy

Una femmina – The Code of Silence lands in Berlin

Una femmina – The Code of Silence lands in Berlin

Francesco Costabile’s debut film will be presented within the Panorama section of the 72nd Berlinale before hitting Italian cinemas on 17 February  

20/01 | Production | Funding | Italy

TFL and the Trentino Film Commission launch the Green Film Lab

TFL and the Trentino Film Commission launch the Green Film Lab

This new training programme will offer up a series of workshops on how to produce films sustainably and is aimed at producers, department heads and green managers from all over Europe  

19/01 | Industry | Market | Italy

Review: 7 donne e un mistero

Review: 7 donne e un mistero

Alessandro Genovesi’s new movie is an unusual Christmas offering in the form of a fully female one-room whodunnit and a remake of a François Ozon film  

24/12/2021 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Review: Io sto bene

Review: Io sto bene

Donato Rotunno’s third fiction feature sees two generations of Italian expats crossing paths to paint a simple portrait of the emotional state of immigrants living far from home  

09/12/2021 | Films | Reviews | Luxembourg/Belgium/Germany/Italy

Nathalie Álvarez Mesén and Nima Yousefi • Director and producer of The Wolf Will Tear Your Immaculate Hands

Interview: Nathalie Álvarez Mesén and Nima Yousefi • Director and producer of The Wolf Will Tear Your Immaculate Hands

“A tropical, gothic drama about the historical colonization of the female body”

The director of Clara Sola and her producer spoke to us about their new project, the winner of the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award, handed out at the TorinoFilmLab for the very first time  

07/12/2021 | Turin 2021 | Torino Film Industry/TorinoFilmLab

Greta Fornari • Co-ordinator, TFL Funds

Interview: Greta Fornari • Co-ordinator, TFL Funds

“We believe it’s important to follow the road travelled by the directors we support”

We chatted with the TFL Funds co-ordinator to find out more about the funds allocated by TorinoFilmLab to support the production and distribution of new film projects  

06/12/2021 | Turin 2021 | Torino Film Industry/TorinoFilmLab

The TorinoFilmLab’s 14th Meeting Event announces its champions

The TorinoFilmLab’s 14th Meeting Event announces its champions

The four Production Awards went to projects from Finland, Israel, Iran and China, while the Eurimages Co-production Development Award was also handed out to a TFL film for the very first time  

02/12/2021 | Turin 2020 | Torino Film Industry/TorinoFilmLab

30 projects took to the stage at the 14th TFL Meeting Event

30 projects took to the stage at the 14th TFL Meeting Event

Between 29 November and 1 December, over 200 professionals came together to lay the groundwork for future films, ahead of the event’s online format running 6 to 10 December  

02/12/2021 | Turin 2021 | Torino Film Industry/TorinoFilmLab

From the Planet of the Humans is crowned Best Feature at the 62nd Festival dei Popoli

From the Planet of the Humans is crowned Best Feature at the 62nd Festival dei Popoli

Co-produced by Italy, Belgium and France, Giovanni Cioni’s film walks away with the €8,000-prize, while Enrico Maisto’s L’età dell’innocenza triumphs in the Italian Competition  

29/11/2021 | Popoli 2021 | Awards

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