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3753 articles available in total starting from 17/05/2002. Last article published on 09/07/2020.

Edoardo Leo is shooting Lasciarsi un giorno a Roma

Edoardo Leo is shooting Lasciarsi un giorno a Roma

The actor-director is back on set after the hiatus caused by Covid-19, stepping behind the camera for the fifth time to shoot this Italian-Spanish co-production co-starring Marta Nieto  

09/07 | Production | Funding | Italy

Paolo Sorrentino directs The Hand of God for Netflix

Paolo Sorrentino directs The Hand of God for Netflix

Set in Naples, shooting is soon to begin on this film produced by The Apartment which promises to be intimate and personal  

09/07 | Production | Funding | Italy

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 Nastri d’Argento jury crowns Bad Tales Best Film, while Pinocchio scoops Best Direction

The Nastri d’Argento jury crowns Bad Tales Best Film, while Pinocchio scoops Best Direction

The D’Innocenzo brothers’ film won five awards in all, Matteo Garrone’s took home six, Pierfrancesco Favino and Jasmine Trinca were named best actor and actress  

07/07 | Festivals | Awards | Italy

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

Review: The Good One

Review: The Good One

Vincenzo Marra exposes the underbelly of the football world and the buying and selling of young talent in this bittersweet comedy, one of the first Italian films to hit re-opened cinemas  

02/07 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Netflix boasts a new Italian superhero with shooting on Zero now en route

Netflix boasts a new Italian superhero with shooting on Zero now en route

Produced by Fabula Pictures, the series’ nine episodes directed by Paola Randi, Ivan Silvestrini, Margherita Ferri and Mohamed Hossameldin will be available from the beginning of 2021  

29/06 | Production | Funding | Italy

Fifty-two projects from all corners of the globe selected for the Venice Gap-Financing Market

Fifty-two projects from all corners of the globe selected for the Venice Gap-Financing Market

Devoted to projects in the final phase of development and funding, the 7th Venice Production Bridge Market will unspool between 4- 6 September with Steve McQueen and Pia Marais among the selection  

24/06 | Venice 2020 | Venice Production Bridge

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

The 3rd MIA talk explores Europe's plans to rebuild the TV industry post-coronavirus

The 3rd MIA talk explores Europe's plans to rebuild the TV industry post-coronavirus

The virtual discussion, which took place on 12 June, saw the participation of seven industry speakers  

22/06 | MIA 2020

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