L’arte dell’animazione si fonda essenzialmente sull’idea del movimento, e infatti la mostra crea un percorso attraverso il tempo (passato e presente, dallo zootropio al digitale) e lo spazio.
Three movies that are all about atmosphere and character rather than plot, three highly stylized realities that mirror the struggle of self-discovery
Craig Gillespie's new movie explores and discovers the dark irony in one of the most discussed American stories of the last thirty years
One of the most interesting American movies of the last year is the Oscar-nominated Arrival, directed by Denis Villeneuve.
Up to the 9th of April 2017, HangarBicocca (Milan) will host an exhibition of Turner Prize 2013 winner Laure Prouvost’s works. Curated by Roberta Tenconi, GDM – Grandad’s Visitor Center contains a plethora of installations and spectacular display techniques transforms the space into an eccentric
Celebrated directors have shared their gaze on Rome and captured the city through their lens.
Different films, genres, all of them finding in Rome their only common element.
If we talk about animation in Italy, Enzo D’Alò is definitely the first name to come up.
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 family, locked away from humanity, and God (Benoît Poelvoorde) is not a good father to her.
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 doesn't look like a debut.
Antonio Pietrangeli, Italian director and screenwriter, father of the commedia all’italiana.