My Brother’s Voice (La voce di mio fratello) by Italian Andrea Bersani wins at UK FILM FESTIVAL in London

The day after the successful screening at Shortwave Cinema in London, My Brother’s Voice (La voce di mio fratello) by 30 year -old Italian director Andrea Bersani wins at the UK FILM FESTIVAL. After a marvellous opening night on Tuesday, November 22nd at BFI Stephens Street and the screening of three short-movie, from Wednesday, November…

One Kiss (Un Bacio) by Ivan Cotroneo: a slap to bullying and homophobia (UK release this November)

Sold out screening at Genesis Cinema on Sunday, November 6th for the London Premiere of  One Kiss (Un bacio) organised by Cinema Italia UK. The rain and the usual London-November-ish weather, could not stop the desire to attend the screening of the latest highly acclaimed work of the Italian writer, screenwriter and director Ivan Cotroneo; a loud…

60th LFF: These Days (Questi Giorni)

These Days (Questi Giorni) is the last movie by Giuseppe Piccioni (listen here our Afternoon Tea interview with him in Italian) presented at the BFI London Film Festival in the session Journey. Loosely based on the unpublished novel “Color Betulla Giovane” by Marta Bertini, These Days is a bittersweet road movie following four young girls in…

I’m not the problem: BETTER OFF SINGLE

Have you ever noticed that “when you’re not in a relationship anyone else is in a happy one?” Don’t shake your head, don’t even try to say “me?!?!, never”….it’s just you and your tablet, iPhone, smartphone…or whatever screen so be honest with yourself and just say …yes, it’s true. Well, it’s with this big doubt…

Let me go: EDITH

Edith is Christian Cooke (Romeo & Juliet, The Art of More, Witches of East End, Love Rosie) directional debut. It is a script based on Ray Robinson’s novel and written by the same novelist. The story is about an old man, Jake, suspicions about his dead wife, Edith, and consequently about the legitimacy of his son. The film…

A love like ours can burn down a city: VICTORIA

nAfter the Young Victoria starring Emily Blunt, we have an even more younger Victoria coming soon on our tv screens and starring, in the role of the magnificent queen the charming Jenna Coleman ( Doctor Who, Me Before You, Captain America). ITV‘s new drama starts in 1837 when, following the death of her uncle, Victoria is slapped…