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Celebrated directors have shared their gaze on Rome and captured the city through their lens. Different films, genres, all of them finding in Rome

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How bad can performance artists' parenting skills be?

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The peculiar approach of this film is to present Escobar through the eyes of Nick, building up a fascination that is extended from the

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Lanthimos' dystopic The Lobster offers an unconventional reflection upon society

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The Zero Theorem is the third film of Gilliam's dystopian satire trilogy that started in 1985 with the glorious Brazil – I must admit

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Shot in 1985, After Hours is one of the most unexpected movies by Martin Scorsese, filmed in a dark time of his career and

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Catch a ride through the chaotic streets of Teheran with director Jafar Panahi at the wheel and the people of the city in the

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Larraín, director of Tony Manero, Post Mortem and No, makes precise choices when approaching the topic of abuses or crimes perpretrated by members of

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Dheepan tackles social issues in an intimate manner, thanks to a fluid narrative which is able to create visual paths that reveal the characters'

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Gabriele Mainetti's debut with a full-lenght film offers a genuine interpretation of the superheroes genre.

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They call me Jeeg by Gabriele Mainetti can still be considered the winner of this edition, with 7 David awards to the director and

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It may be the chemistry between the two actors or the subtle and careful construction of the characters' psychology

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Paolo Sorrentino deals with the theme of youth in his own, recognizable way; a language not everybody appreciates (or has to).

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Caligari is able to reach an intense dramatic tension throughout the film and to portray bits of reality with strong vividness.

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Michael Stone is the author of a successful self-help book, spending one night in Cincinnati to give a speech at a conference.

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The Danish Girl by Tom Hooper is a delicate and well crafted film, able to reach moments of pathos and profound introspection.

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Spotlight, by Tom McCarthy, tells the story of an investigation by the "Spotlight" section of The Boston Globe that won the Pulitzer prize in

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Before she met me by Julian Barnes is the perfect example of a book you should never give to your partner as a Valentine

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The Hateful Eight by Quentin Tarantino has it all. This modern Western is funny, dynamic, with a genius screenplay and technical choices that mark

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Joy by David O. Russel, at his third movie starring Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, doesn't really hit the target.

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In The Big Short, Adam McKay talks about something as complicated as the 2007 financial crisis and does it in a fast-paced but accurate

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Currently, The Revenant by Alejandro González Iñárritu has won three Golden Globes and received several nominations for the 2016 Oscar Academy Awards, including best

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Roundtrip festival will be a unique occasion to evaluate the connection between Italian and German production, as the festival features films from both countries

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The Brand New Testament by Jaco Van Dormael is the story of Ea (Pili Groyne), the ten-year-old daughter of God. She lives with her

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Russia on the Road 1920-1990 is a temporary exhibition shown at Palazzo delle Esposizioni. Until the 15th December you will have the chance to

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First book published by Kingsley Amis, Lucky Jim is regarded as one of the best comic books of all times. Well, times have changed, but

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Mid-August Lunch is the first film directed by Gianni Di Gregorio, who also wrote the screenplay and played the main role. But it really

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By the French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet (known for Delicatessen and Amélie), The Young and Prodigious T. S. Spivet is a gentle and sensitive film,

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From the 5th until the 8th December 2015, Più Libri Più Liberi, a national fair dedicated to minor publishing houses, will take place at

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Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf is a classic. Many of us have read it, many haven't. Still, it is a milestone in literature, so

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