“Ordinary Justice”: heart and wait in the process

In competition in the Generation section of this year’s BerlinaleOrdinary Justice by Chiara Bellosi tells day in a large Italian courthouse.

Marta Donzelli, “With Abel, a journey to the end of the world”

Vivo Film’s Marta Donzelli is the producer of Siberia by Abel Ferrara, a full-fledged Italian film presented in the competition of this year's Berlinale.

Of Love and other Gods: Italian films in the Berlinale Forum

Two Italian films in the Berlinale Forum, section of the festival dedicated to avantgarde and experimental cinema: Luca Ferri’s documentary The House of Love, and Zeus Machine. L’invincibile, the latest work of the collective Zapruder.

“Sow the Wind”: a young shaman in the shadow of Ilva

“People would rather die from tumor than hunger.” That’s just one of the shocking lines from Danilo Caputo’s sophomore feature Sow the Wind, presented at the Berlinale in the Panorama section. 

“The traitor” leads David di Donatello nominations

The First King, The Traitor, Piranhas, Martin Eden and Pinocchio are the five films running for Best Picture at the David di Donatello Awards 2020.

Three Italian films in the Berlinale competition

The 70th Berlinale (February 20th – May 1st), the first directed by Carlo Chatrian, will present 18 titles in competition, including three Italian films: Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo’s Bad Tales, Giorgio Diritti’s Hidden Away, and Abel Ferrara Italo-German coproduction Siberia

Ferzan Özpetek presents “The Fortune Goddess”

The Fortune Goddess, the new film by Ferzan Özpetek, stars Stefano Accorsi, Edoardo Leo and Jasmine Trinca.

Matteo Garrone’s “Pinocchio” starring Roberto Benigni

Matteo Garrone presents Pinocchio starring Roberto Benigni

Battiston & Fresi, Best Actors at Torino Film Fest

The jury of Torino 37 - International Feature Competition headed by Cristina Comencini (Italy) and composed by Fabienne Babe (France), Bruce McDonald (Canada), Eran Riklis (Israel), Teona Strugar (Macedonia), bestowed the top prize to Iceland's HVÍTUR, HVÍTUR DAGUR / A WHITE, WHITE DAY by Hlynur Pálmason.