July 19 2023 Roma, Italyhttps://youtu.be/Jdm_MT6CvyU

Dear friends, summer has exploded here in Italy and the heat is really exceptional. But We the Italians doesn't stop: we never stop, you know that. A few days ago I had the pleasure of attending here in Rome the preview screening of the documentary "New York Solo Andata" by my friend and partner Davide Ippolito. It is an honor for me to be part of...

Saturday July 22. 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. McKinley Memorial Museum - 40 N Main St, Niles, OH. Event is FREE and open to the public! Join us in a showing of a short documentary outlining the history of the 1873 Coal War that saw 7,500 miners in Hubbard and Liberty Townships strike and brought the first Italian immigrants to the area. After the showing, w...

Friday, July 7 through Monday, July 10 - 5:30 PM only. Coming to the Guild Cinema (3405 CENTRAL AVE. NE, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106). $10 General Admission/ $7 Seniors 60+ $7 Students with id. View Trailer here. Umberto Eco (5 January 1932 – 19 February 2016) was an Italian philosopher, medievalist, essayist, cultural critic, novelist (The Name of the R...

The affectionate documentary "It Ain't Over" has a split personality. Longtime baseball fans can revel in black-and-white archival footage showing Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra in his prime at bat and behind the plate in that era's baggy flannel uniforms. The universe of non-fans can savor Berra as a pop-culture legend, thanks mainly to his trove...

Cinema Guild announced it will release the film, directed by Davide Ferrario, beginning June 30 at Film Forum in New York City, followed by an expansion across the country. Umberto Eco: A Library of the World, which takes viewers inside Eco’s extraordinary personal library, premiered at the Rome Film Festival last October. We have your first look a...

Dick Biondi, the legendary DJ who was the first to play a Beatles record in the US and helped the careers of other rock n’ roll icons, is being honored in a new documentary, THE VOICE THAT ROCKED AMERICA: THE DICK BIONDI STORY, directed, filmed, and narrated by Chicago filmmaker, Pamela Pulice, founder of Reel Stories Productions. The historic Des...

When Lindsay Berra was in college in the late ’90s, she would call her grandparents nearly every night at 11:28 p.m. Her friends at North Carolina found it a bit odd. Berra would explain that her grandparents’ social schedule could rival any student, but Grandpa Yogi and Grandma Carmen made it a point to be home at 11 every evening so they could wa...

On a certain street in Montclair, New Jersey, once you arrived at the fork in the road… Just take it, as Yogi Berra might have said. At some point, Edgewood Road splits, and both sides lead to Highland Avenue. That’s where Yogi and Carmen made the home Lindsay Berra recalls from her earliest memories, with summer backyard Wiffle Ball games and gran...

Food to me has always been dangerously fun. Growing up in an Italian house in the culinary melting pot of Queens, food was the way we showed love, the way we argued, the way we communicated in general. It was at weddings, funerals, birthdays, road trips, and every event in between. Food has had me on an adventure all my life, and just like that, I...