Italian filmmakers helping you be a better you.
Le Confessioni (The Confessions)
Roberto Andò pits the International Monetary Fund against a mysterious monk played by Toni Servillo.
Fuocoammare, Fire At Sea at the Chicago International Film Festival
Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary will screen at the Chicago’s excellent film fest.
La Pazza Gioia, Fun ‘Like Crazy’
What would I change about La Pazza Gioia? Absolutely nothing.
The Chicago International Film Festival Is Italian Like Crazy This Year
Chicagoland, get ready for some of the best that Italy has to offer October 13-27.
Fire At Sea: Oscar-Worthy?
So it’s going to be a documentary that will represent Italy at this year’s Academy Awards.
Fuocoammare, Italy’s Submission To The Oscars
Gianfranco Rosi’s heartbreaking documentary won the Berlinale’s Golden Bear.
The Next Big Thing: The Leisure Seeker from Paolo Virzì
This road trip movie will make Virzì known and loved all over America.
Free me. Deliver me. Save me. Federica Di Giacomo’s documentary is everything a good documentary should be.
Happy Birthday Roberto Saviano: His ‘Gomorrah’ Is The Thorn In The Camorra’s Side
Roberto Saviano leads the fight against organized crime, but he’s paying a price for it.
Dark Waves: ‘Time Warner On Demand’ Owes Me An Apology
…and my money back.
Fortunata: The New Movie From Sergio Castellitto And The Reason Alessandro Borghi’s Hair Is So Long
No, it’s not a fashion statement; it’s a movie.
My Top Moments At #Venezia73 In Photos
Best. Biennale. Ever.
Dear Committee To Select The Film To Go To The Oscars,
Let’s play to win.
Talking With The Director and Stars of ‘Indivisibili’ About Indivisible Love
Director Edoardo De Angelis won the Pasinetti Prize, awarded by the Sindacato Nazionale Giornalisti Cinematografici Italiani for best film at #Venezia73
Talking With Margherita Buy About Loving Her Characters And Staying Relevant As An Actress
Italy’s finest actress is over fifty and shows no sign of slowing down.
Fuocoamare: Fire at Sea #NYFF54 #TIFF #EFA
Gianfranco Rosi’s heartbreaking documentary won the Berlinale’s Golden Bear and will screen at the 54th New York Film Festival, and the TIFF.
Take Your Mind Off The US Election With Some Zany Italian Politics
I’m not saying it’s worse in Italy, but misery loves company, and with 14 dozen political parties the Italians have a lot of drama too.
The Art and Honesty Of The Italian Documentary
Gianfranco Pannone and Gianfranco Rosi, the quest for documentary in its purest form, and the trouble with Michael Moore.
6 Italian Films That Italian Americans Will Love
Italian Americans will especially enjoy these ones.
Quo Vado? : The I Love Italian Movies Review
Quo Vado is the latest in Checcomania and it’s coming, with Checco Zalone himself, to Canada’s ICFF in June.
The *Updated* Ultimate Guide To Streaming Italian Cinema
Contemporary Italian films: The most complete list ever and where you’ll find them on Amazon, Netflix, iTunes, YouTube, Vudu and Hulu.
Italian Movies To Stream – ALL OF THEM
Well, maybe not ALL of them, but the most complete list of Italian films EVER that you can stream INSTANTLY and where to find them.
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.
The Gay Guide To Italian Movies
Italian Cinema is out of the closet.
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
The Gay Guide To Italian Movies
The list continues to grow – check out the NEWLY UPDATED GAY GUIDE TO ITALIAN MOVIES!
Italian Movies Available To Watch Instantly On Netflix
We are continuously vexed by Netflix; they are obviously trying to hide these from us, and constantly taking them down and putting them back up. But we do our best to keep the…
This Venice Film Festival winning film from director Edoardo De Angelis is a must see.
She’s the next big thing, and it’s her birthday!
Italian Girls ruled the roost at this year’s Venice Film Festival.
I found out from 34042 miles over the Atlantic ocean that Indivisibili from director Edoardo De Angelis wins the Pasinetti Prize!
A girlfriend road trip in which “nothing happens but everything changes”.
Francesco Munzi’s ‘Assalto Al Cielo’ and Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Parenti’s ‘Spira Mirabilis’; two entirely different Venice experiences.
Il Più Grande Sogno (I Was A Dreamer), in competition in the Orizzonti category, is stronger than many films competing for the Golden Lion.
A True Crowd Pleaser, Last Night At The Sala Grande.
Edoardo De Angelis’s story of conjoined twins and the cost of freedom will be a hit in the USA.
Mr. and Mrs. Schreiber unveil their film The Bleeder, and Liev receives the Visionary Talent Award.
Watching movies with the people in them is always curiously satisfying.
“We want Venice to be an important launching pad, the opening of the season, the real beginning of the race for the Oscar”.
On my way! Be sure to follow all my adventures, interviews, and film reviews!
Italy could be the next star of the Oscars.
There’s a lot available for us here in the USA.
Beauty, brains, and talent. She’s the real deal!
I am going to audition for the part of “Pedestrian With Dog”.