Al Tribeca Film Festival, appena conclusosi a New York, l'unico lungometraggio italiano in concorso è stato Alì Blue Eyes (titolo originale Alì ha gli occhi azzurri), una pellicola vera e amara del giovane regista romano Claudio Giovannesi. Il film racconta la storia di Nader, un ragazzo di origine egiziana che lotta tra la cultura e le tradizioni...

by Anna Husted   Help us say benvenuto to an old friend, Italian cinema, with the return of our popular Open Roads festival, June 6 – 12. Featuring work from the likes of Paolo Virzi (Every Blessed Day), Marco Bellocchio (Dormant Beauty), Gianni Amelio (The First Man), and Daniele Cipri (It Was the Son), to name just a few, there's something...

Coming directly from Rome to Chicago we can experience a Big Night about Cinema and Taste. The Italian Cultural Institute will host a Star night with Italian tastes and smell, enriched by the stories of movie stars who will reveal the secrets of their success, on the set as well as in the kitchen, and accompanied by the pictures of celebrities take...

Dear Friends, New York Italians in collaboration with Fordham University, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and Italian Honor Society C.I.A.O. is very happy to invite you to the presentation and discussion of the film: I Compagni (The Organizer) by Mario Monicelli (Subtitles in English)   Fordham University, Linco...

by Carlos Greer   John Travolta was in such a good mood Sunday at Serafina Always on East 61st Street, the "Grease" star put on his dancing shoes. We hear Travolta — in town for a VIP screening of "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" at the Paley Center for Media — had a private dinner at the popular Italian eatery and lef...

Francesco Rosario Capra was born in Bisacquino, Sicily, on May 18, 1897. When he was five, his family made the 13-day trip to New York. Even though he was just a child, Frank remembered seeing "a statue of a great lady, taller than a church steeple, holding a torch above the land we were about to enter" (McBride). The Capra family eventually settle...

PIB, in partnership with the Harvard Film Archive and the Consulate General of Italy in Boston is pleased to present:   NUOVE VISIONI: ITALIAN CINEMA NOWSeptember 13 – 30, 2013The Harvard Film Archive   Read more   Source: http://www.piboston.org  

In their new boxing comedy film, Grudge Match, Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro portray rival pugilists who are enticed out of retirement for one last fight. But for Stallone and De Niro, the stars of Rocky and Raging Bull respectively, a misfiring comedy set in the ring risks landing a blow to the reputation of their iconic boxing cinematic t...

Italian actress Alessandra Mastronardi is gaining notice with filmmakers in the United States as she is rumoured to be an actress to look out for because her talent is resulting in her stealing scenes to such an extent that some are predicting that once she is seen on the big screen in her upcoming movies "Every Damn Christmas" which is scheduled f...

Domenica 20 dicembre alle 2:00 pomeridiane alla National Gallery of Art. East Building Auditorium verrà proiettato il film "Maraviglioso Boccaccio" (2015) di Paolo e Vittorio Taviani. "Interpretato con grazia da attori giovani e nomi noti, "Maraviglioso Boccaccio" è un manifesto di civiltà a barriera di ogni forma di barbarie", ha detto della pelli...