Another South for Ragonese and Scianna
by Camillo De Marco
- As well as Tavarelli’s film, the debut films of Benso and Misuraca are coming to theatres. Independent titles include Greenaway, distributed by Teodora, and Brazilian film The Second Mother from Bim
The only Italian films to be released in theatres today are Another South [+see also:
film profile] by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli (distributed by Palomar), starring Isabella Ragonese and Francesco Scianna; Fuorigioco [+see also:
film profile], Carlo Benso’s debut film on the employment crisis (distributed by Stemo), and Fuori dal coro [+see also:
film profile] by first-time director Sergio Misuraca, which is set in present-day Sicily (distributed by Microcinema).
Eagle is distributing 150 copies of A Little Chaos [+see also:
interview: Alan Rickman
film profile] by Alan Rickman, starring Kate Winslet, whilst Bim is distributing 60 copies of Brazilian film The Second Mother by Anna Muylaert, which won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance and the audience award at the last Berlin Film Festival.
Teodora is releasing 16 copies of Eisenstein in Guanajuato [+see also:
interview: Peter Greenaway
film profile], Peter Greenaway’s new film, which also did well at the last Berlinale. Greenaway is an original and irreverent portrait of the great Russian director, linked to a reflection on film, sex and death.
Finally, Cineama is releasing the multi award-winning documentary Six Ways to Santiago, a co-production between the USA and Spain by American director and producer Lydia B. Smith.
(Translated from Italian)