The Taranto-born, Paris-based prolific filmmaker creates films that mix whimsy and intimacy while holding up the mirror to societal trends.
Preparing for his next stage role in the USA, Gianluca Sciarpelletti shares some thoughts with us about life, opera, and if beauty will save the world.
Italian consumers aren’t ready for this cultural revolution. But, if we look back at our roots, insects were eaten in the past by ancient Greeks and Romans.
The journey of baccalà from the seas of Norway to Italian plates is one that involved shipwrecks, floating barrels, and the Catholic Church.
Sebastião Salgado’s exhibit at MAXXI shows the vulnerability and beauty the rainforest offers and the threats that hinder its regeneration.