“Corn Island” special award at Terra di Siena Film Festival

Corn Island by George Ovashvili will open the international section “Sguardo sul mondo” at 19th edition of Terra di Siena Film Festival , that will take place in Siena from Septembre 29th to October 4th. Read More

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“Ungra”: the first 3D play opens the new season at Ambra Garbatella Theatre

New season at  Teatro Ambra Garbatella Theatre of Rome. The first and innovative play of this year is Ungra, written and directed by Teodora Nadoleanu and with the 3D direction of Katia Lopetti. Read More

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Rosso Mille Miglia: the story of “the most beautiful race in the world” in the cinemas from Oct 15th

It will be released on October 15th “Rosso Mille Miglia”, the debut of Claudio Uberti that for the first time tells the story of the famous race. Starring: Martina Stella and Fabio Troiano. With them, among others, Remo Girone, Francesca Rettondini, Victoria Zinny, Maurizio Francone, Rosario Petix, Lyudmila Bikmullina. The film, produced by Lucere Film, is an Italian story of passion, lies and competition, set in during the 2014 edition of the race. Enzo Ferrari, in the fifties,  described the Mille Miglia as the “most beautiful race in the world.” The Mille Miglia, established in 1927, is, now as then, not only an event for cars lovers, but also great phenomenon, a social, cultural and media event. From Brescia to Rome and return, on roads open to traffic, this is the journey recounted in a movie for the first time.

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Venice: Premio Solinas and SIAE together to support young talents

From this year SIAE supports Premio Solinas with €90.000 funding to the Franco Solinas Award and Documentary Award. This important initiative will be presented at Venice Days on September 9th. Read More

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September 7th: first shooting for Alberto Rondalli’s “Il manoscritto”

Today, September 7th, Alberto Rondalli starts shooting his feature film “”Il Manoscritto, ovvero dix Journées de la Vie D’Alphonse Van Worden”, freely adapted from the famous manuscript by Jan Potocki found in Saragossa and written in French in the early 1800s. Read More

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“Italian DOC Screenings Academy”: Palermo, Sept 15th-19th

Italian DOC Screenings Academy, the most important event dedicated to the market of Italian Documentaries, will take place in Palermo from September 15th to 19th. A unique opportunity of training and development for professionals and projects, with the aim of accessing international markets. Read More

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Septembre 5th: MoliseCinema goes to Milan alt the Italian Makers Village

Saturday 5th September MoliseCinema festival will be in Milan to present a selection of Italian and international shortfilms in competition at the last edition of the film Festival. The event will start at 9pm and it will be hosted at the Italian Makers Village (via Tortona 32), the Confartigianato’s “Out of Expo” dedicated to the excellence of Made in Italy. Read More

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Corn Island by Giorgi Ovashvili in Italy from August 20th

The film Corn Island, directed by the Georgian Giorgi Ovashvili will distributed in Italy by Cineama from August 20th.

The film has been shortilisted among the best international films at Oscars 2014 and it was awarded with the Crystal Globe at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2014. Read More

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MoliseCinema 2015: the Awards

Here the winners of the 13th edition of MoliseCinema Film Festival. Read More

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The director Nanni Moretti guest of honour at MoliseCinema Festival preview

The Italian director Nanni Moretti will present the preview of MoliseCinema Film Festival, Sunday August 2nd. Moretti will introduce his last feature film “Mia Madre” presented in competition at Cannes Film Festival.

MoliseCinema will dedicate to him other 2 events: the presentation of the book “Viaggio a Roma con Nanni Moretti” by Paolo Di Paolo and Giorgio Biferali and the exhibition “Spinaceto, pensavo peggio!” with photos, documents and fun facts about Moretti’s Roman feature films. Read More

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