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Films coming to Italian cinemas in the first half of next year

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- Screened at the Sorrento Professional Days (1-4 December), listings for 01, Lucky Red, Videa, I Wonder, Universal Pictures and many others

Films coming to Italian cinemas in the first half of next year
The shooting of The Tale of Tales by Matteo Garrone

On 14 May 2015 the new and long-awaited movie by Matteo Garrone, The Tale of Tales [+see also:
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Q&A: Matteo Garrone
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comes to Italian theatres. Previews of the movie were shown at the Cinema Professional Days in competition in Sorrento (1-4 December), where the biggest distribution houses met to present their listings for the first half of 2015. The colossal fantasy by the creator of Gomorrah [+see also:
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interview: Domenico Procacci
interview: Jean Labadie
interview: Matteo Garrone
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and Reality [+see also:
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interview: Matteo Garrone
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will be distributed by 01 Distribution, which also showed previews of another of its line-up's highlights in Sorrento, Mia madre [+see also:
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interview: Nanni Moretti
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 by Nanni Moretti. Very soon, the company directed by Luigi Lonigro (that on 18 December brings Gabriele Salvatores' The Invisible Boy to cinemas) will launch Si accettano miracoli, the new movie by and starring Alessandro Siani (in cinemas for the New Year), Hungry Hearts [+see also:
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interview: Saverio Costanzo
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by Saverio Costanzo (twice Coppa Volpi winner at the last Venice Film Festival for actors Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher – in cinemas on 15 January), the new movie by Paolo Genovese, Have you ever been to the moon? (22 January) and Cristina Comencini's comedy Latin Lover (19 March), as well as Suburra [+see also:
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interview: Stefano Sollima
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by Stefano Sollima, La corrispondenza by Giuseppe Tornatore, second works by Sydney Sibilia and Pif, and, finally, Samba [+see also:
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by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, The Search [+see also:
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Q&A: Michel Hazanavicius
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by Michel Hazanavicius and Fathers and Daughters [+see also:
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by Gabriele Muccino

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Between December and January, Lucky Red will focus, staying with European titles, on Ma tu di che segno sei? by Neri Parenti, Pedro Almodovar's movie Wild Tales by Damián Szifron, the Golden Lion in Venice A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence [+see also:
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trailer
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interview: Roy Andersson
film profile
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by Swedish Roy Andersson and Il nome del figlio by Francesca Archibugi; between February and March, the company directed by Andrea Occhipinti will launch along others, La scelta [+see also:
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 by Michele Placido and Io e lei by Maria Sole Tognazzi, with Margherita Buy and Sabrina Ferilli playing a couple. The Imitation Game [+see also:
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by Morten Tyldum, awarded at the Toronto Film Festival 2014, is the leading title for Videa's listings for the first half of next year, in cinemas on 1st January. Other movies distributed in the first half of 2015 are Stephen Frears' untitled film about Lance Armstrong, Suite française [+see also:
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by Saul Dibb and the spy-thriller Our kind of traitor [+see also:
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by Susanna White.

Four Italian productions, among the many American titles, will be brought to the screens by Universal Pictures Italy: on 18 December, the Italian Christmas comedy Un Natale stupefacente by Volfango De Biasi, and finally My Daughter's First Time directed by and starring Riccardo Rossi, the new movie by Sergio Castellitto Nessuno si salva da solo [+see also:
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interview: Sergio Castellitto
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, with Riccardo Scamarcio and Jasmine Trinca, and the movie by newcomer Gianfranco Gaioni (in arte Director Kobayashi) entitled Solo per il weekend [+see also:
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. Films worth noting in the Academy Two line-up include The Notebook [+see also:
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interview: Janos Szász
festival scope
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by Janos Szasz, Minuscule - Valley of the Lost Ants [+see also:
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by Thomas Szabo and Timbuktu [+see also:
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by Abderrahmane Sissako; in the Microcinema Distribuzione line-up we have, So Sar So Good [+see also:
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by Roan Johnson (awarded in Rome – release date 29 January) and The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet [+see also:
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by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (in March). And finally, Italian comedy Leoni [+see also:
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by Pietro Parolin (release with Bolero on 5 February), and in cinemas with M2, French movie A Very Special Friend by Alexandre Coffre (from 4 December) and Non c’è 2 senza te [+see also:
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by Massimo Cappelli, with showgirl Belén Rodriguez in the cast. 

Andrea Romeo's I Wonder Pictures, specialising in quality documentaries, will, on 22 January, bring Piccoli così by Angelo Marotta to cinemas, followed by National Gallery [+see also:
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by Frederick Wiseman, The Last Impresario by Gracie Otto and the documentary about cinema critic Roger Ebert, Life Itself by Steve James (19 February), a potential Oscar nominee for 2015.

(Translated from Italian)

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