50 articles available in total starting from 02/09/2021. Last article published on 16/12/2022.
Interview: Lidia Vitale • Actress and member of the Women in Film association
"Patriarchism divides women; now it’s our time to get connected"
We spoke to the Italian actress about gender gaps in the film world, about #MeToo and about the Women in Film association, which she is a member of
Interview: Steve Buscemi • Director of The Listener
"Just the act of listening can be huge, to make a connection with someone and let them feel they can be supported"
VENICE 2022: The US actor-director talked to us about his fifth feature behind the camera, starring Tessa Thompson
Interview: Stefano Collizzolli • Director of The Dream and the Violence
"We wanted to salvage the cheerfulness and the topics that were crushed underfoot by the tales of violence"
VENICE 2022: One of the two directors of the film looks back at the events of the G8 Summit in Genoa, as recounted by the very people who were there that day in 2001
Interview: Valentina Bertani • Director of The Crown Shyness
"The most interesting thing was the subjective story of how two kids with intellectual disabilities filter reality"
VENICE 2022: The director talks about her documentary, which follows the eccentric and charismatic Israel twins on their path from finishing school to the start of adulthood
Interview: Riccardo Campagna, Federico Savonitto • Directors of An Invisible Enemy
"Above all, the film follows the Rasman family's day-to-day fight for justice and their feelings in the present day"
VENICE 2022: We chatted to the directorial duo to discuss the documentary they've made about the case of Riccardo Rasman, a boy with intellectual disabilities who was killed by police
Interview: Corrado Ceron • Director of Olimpia's Way
"Like Anisette mixed with water, Olimpia's life permeates Maria's nonlife and 'sullies' it"
VENICE 2022: The director talks about his feature debut, a road movie starring Stefania Sandrelli as a ballroom singer who, at the age of 70, reunites with the people who have loved her
Interview: Salvatore Mereu • Director of Bentu
"This farmer, whose way of life is so distant from our own, reminds us that we don't have the right relationship with nature"
VENICE 2022: The director follows the day-to-day life of an elderly farmer as he waits for the wind to blow in a moral parable about man defying nature
Interview: Graham Foy • Director of The Maiden
"I was interested in trying to capture a type of magic that also exists in everyday life"
VENICE 2022: The feature debut by the Canadian director portrays a summer's day that ends in tragedy, centring on three teenagers who forge an otherworldly bond among themselves
Interview: Vincenzo Pirrotta • Director of The Bone Breakers
"It's a journey of misery and desperation that often plays out right in front of us without us realising"
VENICE 2022: Using a horrifying news story as his starting point, the actor-director ponders how much of ourselves we are willing to mangle in order to get what we want
Interview: Greta De Lazzaris and Jacopo Quadri • Directors of We're Here to Try
"As an artistic pairing, we see Daria and Antonio quarrelling the same way as a real-life couple would"
VENICE 2022: The filmmaking duo document the development of the new theatre project of the Italy's Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini