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Films / Italy

Review: Friedkin Uncut

Review: Friedkin Uncut

Italian director Francesco Zippel has made a fun and light-hearted introduction to the cinema of William Friedkin  

08/11 | Films | Italy

Review: The End?

Review: The End?

Set for the most part in an office lift, Daniele Misischia’s first work envisions an apocalyptic Rome where a deadly virus transforms humans into the blood-thirsty undead  

30/07 | Films | Italy

Review: Manuel

Review: Manuel

Documentary filmmaker Dario Albertini creates a very promising fiction debut with a simple yet fair film focusing on social issues  

07/03 | Films | Italy

Benedetta follia: Between the past and the present with Carlo Verdone

Benedetta follia: Between the past and the present with Carlo Verdone

The Italian director's latest film is released in his country and tells the story of love in the era of dating apps, exploring new territories, while also giving a nod to some of his past comedies  

11/01 | Films | Italy

I Can Quit Whenever I Want 3: Ad Honorem: The final episode in a hit saga

I Can Quit Whenever I Want 3: Ad Honorem: The final episode in a hit saga

Now in Italian theatres with 01 Distribution, the third instalment in the saga helmed by Sydney Sibilia features the same side-splitting cast as the previous episodes  

30/11/2017 | Films | Italy

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

The new film by Francesca Archibugi, the portrait of a difficult father-son relationshi, adapted from the novel by Michele Serra, stars Claudio Bisio and is out in Italian cinemas today  

23/11/2017 | Films | Italy

La casa di famiglia: Never sell the family home

La casa di famiglia: Never sell the family home

The debut feature by Augusto Fornari, out in Italian cinemas today thanks to Vision Distribution, is a light-hearted comedy with an excellent cast of young actors  

16/11/2017 | Films | Italy

Review: The Place

Review: The Place

Presented at the closing of the 12th Rome Film Fest, Paolo Genovese's new film is a huis clos with 10 characters in a bar  

09/11/2017 | Films | Italy

The Girl in the Fog: A thrilling debut for Donato Carrisi

The Girl in the Fog: A thrilling debut for Donato Carrisi

Toni Servillo is a police officer caught up in the disappearance of a girl from a small community in the mountains  

26/10/2017 | Films | Italy

Nine 1/2 Moons: Two sisters and the many ways to be a family

Nine 1/2 Moons: Two sisters and the many ways to be a family

Michela Andreozzi's directorial debut is a comedy that boldly addresses hot topics such as surrogacy and same-sex families, released in Italian cinemas on 12 October  

12/10/2017 | Films | Italy