Cinema Made in Italy 2014 will kick off on 5 March at Ciné Lumière, celebrating its fourth edition. The event, which has become an annual rendezvous, is organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà/ Filmitalia and the Italian Cultural Institute and offers a 5-day showcase of the best recent Italian productions.
When you’re over fifty, it becomes increasingly difficult to be an up-and-coming director. Gianni Dubois knows this only too well. He hasn’t made a film for years, and now that he has the chance to direct a young TV star he can’t even think up an idea >>>
Inspired by the book of the same name, it focuses on a Matteo Moretti (Alessandro Tiberi). He’s one of millions of young people from age 25-35 that work for around 1000 Euros a month regardless of the training or education they may have. In Matteo’s case >>>
The film presents the love stories of six couples, intertwined and developed between Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Sergio (Claudio Bisio), psychologist, divorced for years by Michela (Elena Sofia Ricci), is engaged to Roberta (Giorgia Wurth), but after >>>
The Salento International Film Festival Is a celebration of films and filmmakers, promotes international independent films, in recognition of the fact that movies are the most powerful form of cultural communication and link between cultures’ and peoples’.