An experienced actress who has travelled across Italian cinema with her discreet and always effective presence, Valentina Carnelutti is a jury member at the 53th Pesaro Film Festival and discussed her career.
The only Italian film in competition at the 53th Pesaro Film Festival is The First Shot by Italian Molise-born director Federico Francioni and Chinese filmmaker Yan Cheng, portraying distressed young adults born in China in the post-Tiananmen era.
“I am confident that the implementation plan of the new Cinema Law can be issued by early summer, and in the following months we’ll have time to make possible corrections. This is what Culture Minister Dario Franceschini promised during the conference “Where is Italian Cinema Going?” organised in Rome by Anica.
With 7 nominations each, Gianni Amelio’s Holding Hands, Sergio Castellitto’s Lucky and Edoardo De Angelis’ Indivisible are leading the run of this year’s Silver Ribbons Awards. The awards will be presented on July 1st in Taormina.
Jasmine Trinca won the Un Certain Regard Best Actress Award for her role in Sergio Castellitto’s Lucky. “This is an award for all the women, and especially the great women of my life: my mother and my daughter, who screamed for me not to go when she saw me leaving this morning.”
Annarita Zambrano’s debut feature After the War, starring Giuseppe Battiston and Barbora Bobulova, premiered at this year’s Un Certain Regard. A fresh take on the so-called ‘years of lead’ through the eyes of the family of a former red terrorist.
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