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15 articles available in total starting from 04/10/2021. Last article published on 29/10/2021.

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Review: The Will to See

Review: The Will to See

A world tour of forgotten wars and urgent humanitarian crises from the perspective of French writer, philosopher and activist Bernard-Henri Lévy  

29/10/2021 | Rome 2021

Christophe Hermans  • Director of The Hive

Interview: Christophe Hermans • Director of The Hive

"Children’s bodies absorb their parents’ noise"

We met with the Belgian filmmaker known for his documentaries, who presented his first feature-length fiction film: a thoroughly female huis clos  

28/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Giuseppe Bonito  • Director of L’Arminuta

Interview: Giuseppe Bonito • Director of L’Arminuta

“L’Arminuta embodies the various dualities inhabiting this film; she represents an attempt to reconcile opposites”

The director offers a few insights on his third feature film, which was presented at the 16th Rome Film Fest and awarded the BNL Prize  

28/10/2021 | Rome 2021

Review: The Hive

Review: The Hive

Christophe Hermans delivers a sensitive and heady first feature film revolving around three sisters weighed down by their mother’s mental illness  

27/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Review: I Am Zlatan

Review: I Am Zlatan

Swedish director Jens Sjogren opts for a coming-of-age key to depict football champion Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s trajectory towards success  

27/10/2021 | Rome 2021

Mediterraneo – The Law of the Sea triumphs at the 16th Rome Film Fest

Mediterraneo – The Law of the Sea triumphs at the 16th Rome Film Fest

Marcel Barrena’s film received the most votes from the public while L’Arminuta scooped the BNL Prize and Petite Maman was named best film in the Alice nella Città competition  

25/10/2021 | Rome 2021 | Awards

Review: Dog Years

Review: Dog Years

Fabio Mollo directs a funny young adult comedy starring the talented young rising star Aurora Giovinazzo, a colourful, inclusive and slightly crazy film  

21/10/2021 | Rome 2021 | Alice nella città

Review: The North Sea

Review: The North Sea

Norwegian director John Andreas Andersen's disaster movie imagines the collapse of all the oil platforms in the North Sea, with great special effects and a brave heroine  

20/10/2021 | Rome 2021

Review: L'Arminuta

Review: L'Arminuta

Giuseppe Bonito elegantly films a coming-of-age story in 1970s rural Italy; no sentimentality, but emotions are guaranteed  

19/10/2021 | Rome 2021

Review: The Young Lovers

Review: The Young Lovers

Carine Tardieu casts Fanny Ardant and Melvil Poupaud in a sweeping tale of impossible love, creating an emotional and delicate drama, based on an idea by Sólveig Anspach  

18/10/2021 | Rome 2021

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