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Michela Greco


70 articles available in total starting from 28/03/2006. Last article published on 22/05/2017.

Sergio Castellitto  • Director

Interview: Sergio Castellitto • Director

"Fortunata, a Greek tragedy in the working-class suburbs"

CANNES 2017: Sergio Castellitto talks to us about Fortunata, screened in Un Certain Regard, and explains how he moulded this role of a woman from the suburbs onto Jasmine Trinca  

22/05/2017

Un giorno della vita reminiscent of Truffaut and Tornatore

Un giorno della vita reminiscent of Truffaut and Tornatore

A low budget and high ambitions mark the debut film of 50-year-old Giuseppe Papasso, who in making Un giorno della vita (“A Day in the Life”) was inspired by François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows to...  

11/01/2011 | Films | Italy

Love and sex from “inside” in The Sentiment of the Flesh

Love and sex from “inside” in The Sentiment of the Flesh

After having worked with directors such as Marco Ferreri and Roman Polanski, assistant editor Roberto Garzelli makes his directorial debut with The Sentiment of the Flesh and immediately aims...  

04/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Extra/France

Il colore del vento nel Mediterraneo di De Andrè

Qual è lo spirito del Mediterraneo? Che valori veicolano le sue genti? Fabrizio De André se lo è chiesto più di 25 anni fa, realizzando l'album "Creuza de Mä" in dialetto genovese. Il...  

03/11/2010 | Festival di Roma | L'altro Cinema- Extra | Italia

Tribal India takes on Bollywood in Gangor

Tribal India takes on Bollywood in Gangor

Italian-Indian co-production Gangor by Italo Spinelli is the second Italian film and the first of the domestic titles in Competition at the Rome International Film Festival not spoken in Italian....  

03/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Competition/Italy-India

Ce n'est qu'un début : philosophie et démocratie s'apprennent à la maternelle

Ce n'est qu'un début : philosophie et démocratie s'apprennent à la maternelle

Si Ce n'est qu'un début, de Jean-Pierre Pozzi et Pierre Barougier, se rapproche d'Entre les murs de Laurent Cantet par sa photographie sans filtres, humaine et désarmante de réalité, et de Sotto...  

02/11/2010 | Festival de Rome | L'Autre cinéma-Extra | France

Celati show everyday Senegalese life in Diol Kadd

In the 1970s, Pier Paolo Pasolini and Alberto Moravia set down Africa in authentic and essential pages and photos. Today, another writer tries his hand at it, Gianni Celati. Through patience,...  

31/10/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Extra/Italy

Fishing, rap and immigration in Scimeca’s Malavoglia

The epic of the defeated par excellence, portrayed in literature by Giovanni Verga and then recreated in film by Luchino Visconti, has been updated for the third millennium in Pasquale Scimeca’s...  

07/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Horizons | Italy

Coppola’s film noir of the soul, Hai Paura del Buio

Coppola’s film noir of the soul, Hai Paura del Buio

“The film interweaves two stories: one is the fruit of my imagination, the other emerged from the documentary I shot in Melfi for MTV”. Indeed, Hai Paura del Buio – Massimo Coppola’s debut feature...  

06/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Critics’ Week | Italy

Matteo Rovere to make second film from Gli Sfiorati

The second film by Matteo Rovere, the 26-year-old director of Bad Girls (in competition at the 2008 Rome Film Festival) will be based on Gli Sfiorati, the 1990 novel by Sandro Veronesi. Set in...  

05/11/2009 | Production | Italy

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