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83 articles available in total starting from 23/10/2008. Last article published on 05/11/2010.

Olias Barco makes a Kill-ing in Rome

Olias Barco makes a Kill-ing in Rome

The international jury presided over by Sergio Castellitto and comprising journalist-writer Natalia Aspesi, directors Ulu Grosbard and Edgar Reitz, writer Patrick McGrath, and director of Moscow’s...  

05/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Awards

Love is like Oxygen in Rome

Love is like Oxygen in Rome

One of the highlights of the Alice in the City section of the Rome International Film Festival is the Dutch-language Belgian film Oxygen. Tucked away at the tail end of the festival and screened...  

04/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Alice in the City/Belgium

I Am With You: A mother’s love can change the world

I Am With You: A mother’s love can change the world

Guido Chiesa’s I Am With You, in Competition at the Rome Film Festival, centers on a disobedient Mary, sweetly indifferent to the laws of the elders, who teaches her child to live like a free man,...  

04/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Competition/Italy

High price for a new life in The Big Picture

High price for a new life in The Big Picture

Escaping the banality of everyday life, severing all links, assuming a new identity, launching into the artistic activity he has always dreamed of, travelling without ties, in short, being reborn:...  

04/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Out of Competition/France

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

The Flowers of Kirkuk
 looks at genocide and one woman’s courage

The first film shot in Iraq since the beginning of the war in 2003, and also one of the dramatic ones produced in that region, The Flowers of Kirkuk – an Italian/Swiss/Iraqi co-production by...  

03/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Competition/CH-IT-IQ

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

Servillo plays a hunted animal in A Quiet Life

Servillo plays a hunted animal in A Quiet Life

The Italian actor of the moment, Toni Servillo plays Rosario, a chef hiding a criminal past in Claudio Cupellini’s Italian-German co-production A Quiet LIfe, which hits Italian screens November 5...  

02/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Competition/Italy-Germany

Oranges and Sunshine brings to light invisible children

Oranges and Sunshine brings to light invisible children

It must not be easy to carry his surname, but Jim Loach, with a vast experience in TV, came to his feature debut without any complexes towards his father Ken. Aiming straight at the exploration of...  

02/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Competition/UK

Danish kids out of control in Hold Me Tight

Danish kids out of control in Hold Me Tight

The debut feature of Danish director Kaspar Munk, Hold Me Tight, premiered in the Alice in the City section of the Rome International Film Festival, currently underway. The film looks at four...  

02/11/2010 | Rome Film Festival | Alice in the City/Denmark

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