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Nanni’s Chile: “I am not unbiased”

Closing film of the Torino Film FestivalSantiago, Italia is a documentary on the Chilean Golpe of 11 September 1973, on the military dictatorship, on the refugees who found asylum in the Italian embassy and that still live in our country. 

MoMa celebrates Ugo Tognazzi

On December 5th, the Museum of Modern Art in New York inaugurates the traditional retrospective that Istituto Luce Cinecittà every year dedicates to a personality of Italian cinema. This year it celebrates Ugo Tognazzi

Valerio Mastandrea: dying from work between laughter and tears

To laught so not to cry. It’s a figure of speech and it’s what is happening to Carolina, young widow of a factory worker who died recently in a work-related accident. A complex character, almost moony, possibly reflecting the unique soul of Valerio Mastandrea, a great actor turn director with Ride produced by Kimera with Rai Cinema, premiering in competition at the Torino Film Festival.

Cinema Italian Style: record-breaking edition closes with “Loro”

Once again, a record-breaking success for Cinema Italian Style, the festival promoted by Luce Cinecittà. Opening with Matteo Garrone and closing with Paolo Sorrentino, the event brought to Hollywood features, shorts, and the great exhibition dedicated to Monica Vitti.

Cinema Italian Style goes short

A positive reception in Hollywood, thanks to the 14th edition of Cinema Italian Style, has welcomed two Italian shorts that are moving their first steps in the path towards an Oscar nomination

L.A. applauds Gabriele Muccino’s comeback

The Aero Theatre is sold-out for the Cinema Italian Style screening of Gabriele Muccino’s There Is No Place Like Home

Fonte: “Dogman continues to be a special experience”

“It’s a great news and Dogman, not only for me, continues to be a wonderful experience.” While the American adventure of Matteo Garrone’s film, after the L.A. premiere, proceeds with the presentation in New York, the protagonist Marcello Fonte comments the first EFA awards announced for Best Costumes and Best Make-Up.

Alessandro Grande and Marcello Fonte protagonists in L.A.

Dogman and Bismillah are in Hollywood to represent Italian cinema in the Oscar run. Among the guests attending the opening of Cinema Italian Style – an event produced and organized by Istituto Luce Cinecittà in collaboration with the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles – director Alessandro Grande and actor Marcello Fonte.

Torino: a political and cinephile festival with Moretti and Léaud

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of her birth, the Torino Film Festival dedicates its 36th edition to Rita Hayworth. The festival opens on November 23th with Jason Reitman’s The Front Runner. The closing film on December 1st is Nanni Moretti’s Santiago, Italia

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