The 17th edition of Cinema Italian Style, coproduced by Cinecittà and American Cinematheque, shines a line on the latest season of Italian cinema and screens in Los Angeles some of the most interesting titles of the year.
Headed by Stefano Francia Di Celle, the 39th Torino Film Festival took place physically and presented over 180 films in the competition and parallel sections.
Dog Years is a coming-of-age teen comedy directed by Fabio Mollo, starring Aurora Giovinazzo (Freaks Out), Isabella Mottinelli, Federico Cesari and Luca Maria Vannuccini.
The award-winning novel by Donatella Di Pietrantonio (2017) has been adapted into a feature film, the only Italian entry in the Official Selection of this year’s Rome Film Festival.
After a Venice Film Festival full of Italian cinema, the Rome Film Fest too presents a line-up with many local titles. Antonio Monda, Artistic Director of the festival, defines this as “a year of rebirth, but still an exceptional one”
Alice nella Città, independent section of the Rome Film Fest (October 14th to 24th, 2021) dedicated to emerging filmmakers and the talent of new generations, has unveiled the program of its ninth edition
Italian cinema is the winner of three awards in the main competition of the 78th Venice Film Festival: the Special Jury Prize to Michelangelo Frammartino’s Il buco, and two prizes to Paolo Sorrentino’s The Hand of God: the Silver Lion – Grand Jury Prize, and the Marcello Mastroianni Award for an emerging actor to Filippo Scotti.
After Bad Tales, awarded for Best Script at the Berlinale, twin brothers Fabio and Damiano D’Innocenzo were very much expected in competition at the Venice Film Festival with their latest America Latina.
An “electric” girl, a werewolf, a young insect charmer, a “magnetic” clown: four circus artists, four freaks, working for their master Isdrael (Giorgio Tirabassi) in Freaks Out by Gabriele Mainetti, presented in competition at the Venice Film Festival