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Camillo De Marco


3083 articles available in total starting from 16/05/2002. Last article published on 23/01/2020.

Review: Asymmetry

Review: Asymmetry

In her feature film debut, Belgrade director Maša Nešković recounts three moments in a couple’s story, whose destiny is reflective of Serbian society itself  

23/01 | Trieste 2020

The Father named Best Feature Film in Trieste

The Father named Best Feature Film in Trieste

The audience crowned Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov’s film their winner, while Réka Szabó’s The Euphoria of Being scoops the Best Documentary accolade  

21/01 | Trieste 2020 | Awards

The Bergamo Film Meeting unveils its Europe Now! Film Industry Meetings

The Bergamo Film Meeting unveils its Europe Now! Film Industry Meetings

The 38th edition of the festival (7-15 March) will introduce a new and wholly European industry section, as well as welcoming special guests João Nicolau, Rúnar Rúnarsson and Danis Tanović  

17/01 | Bergamo 2020 | Film Industry Meetings

The Trieste Film Festival announces its programme

The Trieste Film Festival announces its programme

Eastern European film will take centre stage between 17 - 23 January in Trieste, with Corneliu Porumboiu presenting his eccentric noir The Whistlers and heading up a masterclass  

13/01 | Trieste 2020

Review: Hammamet

Review: Hammamet

With leniency and understanding for the man behind the headlines, Gianni Amelio recounts the final months of socialist leader Bettino Craxi, who lived in exile following corruption charges  

09/01 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Review: Lontano lontano

Review: Lontano lontano

In this story of three pensioners who want to retire to Santo Domingo, Gianni Di Gregorio broadens his horizons only to turn his back on them, immortalising his sacred space of Rome once again  

03/01 | Films | Reviews | Italy/France

Review: Res creata

Review: Res creata

Alessandro Cattaneo’s documentary on the relationship between humans and animals is a dance of words and images which offers an original vision of the world and shies away from anthropocentrism  

26/12/2019 | Films | Reviews | Italy

Review: Pinocchio

Review: Pinocchio

Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December  

13/12/2019 | Films | Reviews | Italy/France

Filming is under way on Oltre il confine by Alessandro Valenti

Filming is under way on Oltre il confine by Alessandro Valenti

The Italian-French co-production signed Scirocco Films and Rosebud is being shot between Puglia and Senegal and tells the story of two African boys in search of a better future  

06/12/2019 | Production | Funding | Italy/France

The Noir in Festival as a journey through dark comedy and realism

The Noir in Festival as a journey through dark comedy and realism

From 6 to 12 December, the annual literature and cinema event will be returning to Como and Milan once more, offering up a tribute to Batman and a selection of recent genre films  

27/11/2019 | Festivals | Awards | Italy