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Rome 2020


13 articles available in total starting from 05/10/2020. Last article published on 27/10/2020.

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Review: Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

Review: Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

In the fourth film helmed by Francesco Bruni, also the closing title of the 15th Rome Film Fest, the director depicts his illness with humour and confidence, buoyed by an excellent Kim Rossi Stuart  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Review: Shadows

Review: Shadows

Carlo Lavagna’s second feature lacks punch and offers a largely predictable story  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

Interview: Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

"I grew up in a mixed-race family and didn't really know where I fitted into society"

Cineuropa met up with Aleem Khan to talk about his debut feature, After Love, awarded the Cannes label earlier this year  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Review: The Shift

Review: The Shift

With his debut feature, centred on a terrorist attack in Brussels, Alessandro Tonda finds the right tone to tackle a burning topical issue without giving up on entertainment  

26/10 | Rome 2020

Summer of 85 triumphs at Rome Film Fest

Summer of 85 triumphs at Rome Film Fest

Bearing the Cannes 73 label, François Ozon’s work walked away with the Audience Award while Alice nella Città saw Punta Sacra scoop its Jury Award and Ibrahim its Golden Camera trophy  

26/10 | Rome 2020 | Awards

Review: After Love

Review: After Love

Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story  

26/10 | Rome 2020

Review: Sirley

Review: Sirley

Elisa Amoruso makes her fiction debut with a highly personal story, based upon her adolescence which was marked by a special friendship and a pair of maladjusted parents  

23/10 | Rome 2020

Review: We Are The Thousand

Review: We Are The Thousand

Anita Rivaroli’s documentary about the tribute paid to the Foo Fighters by 1,000 musicians offers a snapshot of a musical event that oozes pure joy  

22/10 | Rome 2020

Review: The Speech

Review: The Speech

Laurent Tirard signs his name to an ironic and intelligent arthouse comedy which appeals to the wider public and advances at pace with its protagonist’s stream of consciousness  

22/10 | Rome 2020

Review: Fortuna

Review: Fortuna

Based on a sinister real-life story, Nicolangelo Gelormini constructs his feature debut as a kind of cubist and surreal horror film, seen from a child’s point of view  

20/10 | Rome 2020

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