Rai Cinema unveils new production roster

Paolo Del Brocco, Managing Director of Rai Cinema, announces the new productions and the films which will be ready in the coming months: “Cinema never stopped completely."

David di Donatello Awards: “Hidden Away” leads with 15 nominations

With 15 nominations, Hidden Away by Giorgio Diritti is leading the run at the 66th edition of the David di Donatello AwardsRunners-up with 14 nominations Hammamet by Gianni Amelio and with 13 Bad Tales by the D'Innocenzo brothers. 

For Lucio: the intimate portrait of a poet and of a Country

A visual and sonic journey in the world of Bologna-born songwriter Lucio Dalla: this is Pietro Marcello’s For Lucio, world premiering in the Berlinale Special section of the Berlin Film Festival

“The Luminous View”: Hӧlderlin listening to the sorrowful nature

Fabrizio Ferraro’s The Luminous View, premiering in the Forum section of the Berlinale, is a tribute to H?lderlin

Torino Film Festival unveils its 2020 line-up

A digital edition aiming at equality and rights, with a strong call to the roots of the festival. The 38th Torino Film Festival – streaming on MyMovies from November 20th to 28th – has been presented via Zoom by Artistic Director Stefano Francia di Celle

Francesco Bruni’s “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” closes the Rome Film Fest

Francesco Bruni’s Everything’s Gonna Be Alright seems to prophetically mirror the uncertainty we are all living. 

Rome Film Fest unveils 2020 line-up

24 features and documentaries in the Official Selection, 5 films in the “Everybody’s talking about it” section, 5 special events, 14 Close Encounters, 1 retrospective including 15 titles, and much more. These are the numbers of the 15th edition of the Rome Film Fest (October 15-25).

Ten Italian Films in Busan

Ten Italian productions or co-productions will be presented at the 25th edition of the Busan Film Festival (October 21-30), the most important film event in Asia taking place in South Korea. 

Castellitto: “The predators is an anti-bourgeoisie film more than an anti-fascism one”

A clock, a bomb, a prince, The predators– directing debut film by Pietro Castellitto, who also acts in it – comes full circle revolving around these three topics