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Italian cartoonist and animator Bruno Bozzetto created a parody of Disney’s Fantasia way back in 1976, and it is a wonderfully imaginative, psychedelic depiction of life, evolving from a bacteria infested cola bottle.
Italy in a Day by Gabriele Salvatores is the fist Italian social movie made by people who have filmed a day in their lives with mobile devices. A self-portrait of a country through its people which displays hopes, fears and desires….
Today we celebrate the feast day of the archangels. While we don’t hear so much about them these days, the Archangels were, for centuries, a first go-to for many ordinary people in times of crisis. Here are 10 films featuring archangels.
“What is best in us is only what others can imagine”. So Mastroianni said as a character of Ettore Scola’s La Terrazza. In the day of the 90th anniversary of his birth we ask ourselves, was Marcello Mastroianni the best Italian that we can imagine?
Here’s a look at the films being released during the second half of Fall 2014 – November and December – that you can’t afford to miss. From fun horrors through to epic new chapters in big blockbusters, though it’s getting chilly that just means the cinema is more appealing than ever.
In the event of Sophia Loren’s 80th birthday director Marco Spagnoli created a unique documentary which opens a window into the woman behind the icon.
Genovese but a lover of southern Italy; among the first to debut in the noir and detective film genres but “inventor” of commedia all’italiana: 100 years after his birth, we remember Pietro Germi with 5 films that help us rediscover one of the most talented and underestimated Italian directors.
It’s time to cover your eyes and prepare yourself for those awkward screams that are quickly followed by a giggle of nervous laughter. Yes, you know which ones I am talking about and, yes, everyone did hear you. Here are the best horror films for Halloween 2014.
With Charlie Hunnam having just be crowned as King Arthur, it looks like things are coming together for Guy Ritchie’s 2016 film ‘Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur’. Here is what you need to know about this upcoming retelling of a classic.
From the language invented by Monicelli to Visconti’s fishermen, from the “camorristi” mobsters in Gomorrah to Olmi’s farmers, here are 10 films in Italian dialect in which part of the meaning is irrevocably lost in translation.
One of the world’s most loved and respected directors, Martin Scorsese is one of the busiest guys in Hollywood right now. From HBO TV series, rock’n’roll films and rumours of him reuniting with Robert De Niro, we take a look at what’s coming up.
‘Il giovane favoloso’, the biopic of the much-loved Italian Romantic poet and thinker Giacomo Leopardi, screened to rapturous applause at the Venice Film Festival on Monday.
The middle weekend of the 71st Venice Film Festival was very much honed on home grown talent. With Saverio Costanzo’s critically acclaimed film Hungry Hearts starring Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher, and shot in NYC, and the all Italian Anime Nere which received a standing ovation at its screening.
A love story turned sour, the life of a child hangs in the balance, the toxicity of life which permeates everything. Saverio Costanzo’s Hungry Hearts starring Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher moved the audience at the Venice Film Festival 2014.
Hollywood veteran Al Pacino returns to Venice with two films ‘Manglehorn’ and ‘The Humbling’, which examine the devastating effects of love but both with very different approaches.
In anticipation of the 71st Venice Film Festival with opens on the 27th August Swide tells you everything you need to know about the Italian contingent at the festival.
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Swide retraces Enrico Costantini’s steps on his incredible Asian adventure through a series of photographic reportages. Costantini’s signature outlook and the wonders of the countries he visite give life to Asia in the Sky.
To the sound of castanets the models are prepared backstage for the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2015 fashion show, where Sicily and Spain meet in a melting pot of polka dots, embroidery, sacred hearts and toreador inspired tailoring.
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