Giacomo Abbruzzese: A Cinematic Parable Between Everyday Life And Mystery
The Taranto-born, Paris-based prolific filmmaker creates films that mix whimsy and intimacy while holding up the mirror to societal trends.
How Netflix’s Zero Set The Path For A More Inclusive Media Landscape
A twist on the rampant invisibility of Black people in the Italian media landscape, Zero is a bright spot and a breakthrough.
Gigi Proietti And Rome
Almost nobody loved Rome as much as Gigi Proietti did. He had a really deep connection with the city, representing till the very end the skeptical, light-hearted essence of the Italian capital.
How Can Italian Cinema Be Revived?
The resuscitation of Italian cinema began over twelve years ago, with the gateways to contemporary themes and styles to cinema having opened.
How To Survive A Pandemic With The Help Of Italian Cinema
A small compendium of movies to help us survive the cornavirus pandemic.