Happy birthday Bernardo Bertolucci: Thanks for all the cool soundtracks!
Giuseppe Tornatore’s New English Language Film: The Correspondence
Monday’s the day! Giuseppe Tornatore will begin shooting his new English language film, La corrispondenza (The Correspondence) with Jeremy Irons and Olga Kurylenko.
First Trailer For Nanni Moretti’s ‘Mia Madre’
A first look at Nanni Moretti’s ‘Mia Madre’.
Ho Ucciso Napoleone: Mandateci Le Tue Recensioni
Excuse me for a moment while I demonstrate my very bad Italian and embarrass myself in front of all our Italian friends.
La Buca: Fantastical Fun From Daniele Ciprì
The recently released on Italian DVD La Buca from director Daniele Ciprì is “uno spasso e mezzo” (Is that how you’d say a hoot and a half in Italian?)
Happy Birthday Mina, Wherever You Are
Mina has made so many Italian movies better without even trying.
Italian Immigration Stories
Kind-hearted Italians deal with a tidal wave of Illegal immigrants.
My Top 5 Guilty Pleasures
My Italian Cinema Junk Food
Happy Birthday Fernando Girasole
Bruno Ganz, born in Switzerland, has starred in dozens of films since the ’70s and has won multiple awards, but I will always love him for one particular role in my very…
Stream ‘Viva La Libertà’ With Netflix March 24
You have no excuse not to see Roberto Andò’s wonderful comedy, Viva La Libertà!
#FF Cinema Made In Italy
Cinema Made In Italy is God’s gift to the Italian cinema lover.
We Love These Movie Ads: Ho Ucciso Napoleone
So, Giorgia Farina, who’s doing the marketing campaign for your new movie, Ho Ucciso Napoleone? It rocks!
911 Emergency: These Italian Girls Are ON FIRE
What do Laura Bispuri, Giorgia Farina, Francesca Archibugi, Alba Rohrwacher, and Micaela Ramazzotti have in common?
Yes, New Yorkers! That Was Director Francesco Munzi You’ve Been Seeing On Your City Streets
Director Francesco Munzi is in town talking about his latest film, Anime Nere (Black Souls), coming soon to America theaters (and we’ll keep you posted as to where and…
The Best So Far In Italian Film This Year On DVD
You’re in Italy, you have an Italian DVD player, or a region free DVD player? You’re in luck.
Ohilà Jasmine Trinca, You’re a Superstar!
At just 20, she gave the stunning performance of a grieving sister in La Stanza Del Figlio (The Son’s Room), and 2 years later as Giorgia in La Meglio Gioventù (The Best of…
Roberto Andò’s ‘Viva La Libertà’ Is Available On Demand in America
If you missed in the theaters last year, or you just want to watch it again, Viva La Libertà’s now available on demand with iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play.
Francesco Munzi’s ‘Black Souls’ Opens In New York April 10
Based on a novel by Gioacchino Criaco and directed by Francesco Munzi, “Black Souls” is being called by some “the new Gomorra”, but I found Anime Nere a mafia movie with…
Ho Ucciso Napoleone: The Vendetta Starts Here
Micaela Ramazzotti looks perfectly hilarious in Giorgia Farina’s new film.
Strong Italian Presence at Tribeca 2015
Saverio Costanzo and the Taviani brothers will join Laura Bispuri in New York!
Top Ten Reasons To See ‘La Mafia Uccide Solo D’Estate’ Next Weekend
Do you need 10 reasons? If so, here they are!
More Glamour and Good Looks in Black and White
You’ll love Italian movies, if only for the good looking actors…
Italian Film Festival USA
The local premieres of award-winning Italian films.
7 Italian Movies For Young Adults
If you are an Italian language teacher and are looking for Italian films for your class, try these, perfect for young adults.
Porn di Mamma (Nonna too!) : Beyond Fifty Shades of Grey
Don’t lie; You went to see Fifty Shades of Grey this weekend. And why not? Everyone else did.
We’re Hooked: Gomorrah, The TV Series
We need one more series on TV to get addicted to like we need a hole in our heads, but it’s too late. We’re hooked Gomorrah, The TV Series.
10 Best Comedies You Haven’t Seen
If you’re American, you have been deprived of some of the best new comedy that Italy has to offer.
Ten Best of the Last Ten Years
I Love Italian Movies takes a hard look and makes a conclusion: There are dozens of great ones, but these are the best of the best of Italian films from the last ten years.
Five Reasons For Italian Americans To Brag About Italian Cinema
Attenzione Italian Americans, claim your bragging rights! Today’s Italian Cinema is something to be proud of.
Young Stars in the Italian Galaxy
No Italian Shooting Star this year? Mannaggia! Italy is exploding with young talent.
#VeryGoodLooking in Italian Cinema #BlackAndWhite
All those classic old b&w images of the old stars…the new ones look just as glamorous.
For Your Weekend Viewing, Instant Gratification From Netflix and Amazon
Look at all this instant viewing! The collection is growing! Watch an Italian movie this weekend.
8 Italian Movies For Manly Men
Here are some movies for guys; shooting, sex, and blood guaranteed.
10 Things I’ve Learned From Italian Movies
Italian Movies Are Educational
Top Ten Reasons To Pay Attention To Italian Cinema Right Now
1) It’s Easier To Find Italian Movies These Days. Though there is still the problem of distribution laws and what can and can’t be legally streamed, there are still…
The Gay Guide To Italian Movies
The Gay Guide To Italian Movies Anni Felici Italian Cinema is out of the closet. Ferzan Ozpetek, an openly gay director and a transplant from Turkey is clearly the leader in…
Italian Movies Available To Watch Instantly On Netflix
Great movies you can watch instantly from Netflix! Updated!
Italian filmmakers are beginning to see the fun and the value in tweeting.
Habitants of Vesuvio: Daredevils, True Believers, or Just Gluttons for Punishment.
Let’s go out to the lobby, get ourselves some snacks, and then enjoy these coming attractions!
Andrea Segre’s ‘La Prima Neve’ (First Snowfall) will finally be available on DVD.
Let us know what Italian Movies Are Showing In Your City.
If there’s a royal family in Italian cinema, it’s director Paolo Virzì’s. And it’s his birthday! Auguri!
Taken from us too soon, director and screenwriter Carlo Mazzacurati. Make plans to see his last film, La Sedia Della Felicità, coming soon to the USA!
Pupi Avati’s schizophrenic drama stars Sharon Stone, Riccardo Scamarcio and Cristiana Capotondi.
One of our favorite directors, Andrea Segre’s been nominated for a Nastro D’Argento for his documentary Come il Peso dell’Acqua (like the weight of water).