New Italian Cinema
New Italian Cinema
Daniele Luchetti's stylish marriage-in-crisis drama set in Naples and Rome opened the Venice Film Festival and features an all-star cast including Alba Rohrwacher, Luigi Lo Cascio and Giovanna Mezzogiorno.
Featuring a tremendous ensemble cast, the new drama from acclaimed auteur Nanni Moretti (Mia Madre, The Son's Room) traces the disparate lives of three families who reside in the same apartment block in Rome's stylish Prati neighbourhood.
Direct from Cannes 2021, this Directors' Fortnight-winning drama tells the gripping story of a 15-year-old girl from Calabria, whose family life starts to unravel when she discovers her beloved father may have criminal ties.
Direct from its Venice premiere, this pioneering project explores Federico Fellini’s creative genius using new technology to emulate the works of one of the greatest filmmakers of all time in a new and unique movie set in Rome.
A tale of survival and the challenge between Good and Evil, Giffoni Film Festival-winner Cam’s War follows a young boy and his sister on a dangerous journey through an apocalyptic world.
A sudden revelation about his state of health leads a man to reevaluate his relationships with his family in this personal story from director Francesco Bruni, starring Kim Rossi Stuart.
Berlin International Film Festival Silver Bear winner Elio Germano delivers a powerhouse performance in this multi award-winning biopic about the troubled life of celebrated artist Antonio Ligabue.
A man with a knack for accidentally setting off catastrophes decides to help out the people around him but proceeds to cause them even more trouble in this entertaining comedy about friendship starring Claudio Bisio.
The sequel to the comedy smash hit Like a Cat on a Highway, Paola Cortellesi and Antonio Albanese return as Monica and Giovanni, whose lives become intertwined again three years later.
A 10-year-old boy witnesses an assassination attempt on his father (Pierfrancesco Favino in a Venice Best Actor-winning role) in Claudio Noce’s personal drama, inspired by his own family trauma.
An enthralling documentary following the life and work of Italian singer and composer Paolo Conte, interwoven with concert footage, interviews, and reflections of the singer by other friends and colleagues such as Roberto Benigni and Isabella Rossellini.
Winner of Best New Director at the 2021 David di Donatello Awards, Pietro Castellitto’s black comedy takes aim at class antagonism in contemporary Italy when two Italian families on opposite ends of the social ladder collide.
The first foray into fictional storytelling for upcoming director Elisa Amoruso is a highly personal story, based upon her adolescence which was marked by her dysfunctional family and a special friendship she forms when she moves to the outskirts of Rome.
Marco Giallini (Perfect Strangers, God Willing) is back - alongside Vincenzo Salemme and Giuseppe Battiston - with a comedy hit that sees three friends try to hinder the love affairs of their daughters.
Tigers is the enthralling true story of former Inter Milan player Martin Bengtsson's rollercoaster ride through the cutthroat world of professional soccer.
The Closing Night film of the 2020 Venice International Film Festival, this dramatic thriller set against a backdrop of Venice’s mysterious lagoons stars Stefano Accorsi as a man who finds himself torn between the past and the future.