About me: a) my name is Cheri, b) I am an American blogger who is trying to convince the world (or at least America) to watch Italian movies, and c) I update my blog, I Love Italian Movies daily,
Again some very exciting news from reader Mary Sue Lyons: small Italian film festivals that I haven't been aware of, all across the United States, have been showing outstanding Italian films that would otherwise unavailable to American audiences, free to the public She sent me a link to a "Must Bookmark"
Have you ever dreamed of attending a real movie shooting? Your dream can come true! You just need to invite your friends to like the official Magnifica Presenza (A Magnificent Haunting) page. You could win a weekend for two to Lecce (Italy)
Though it's not nominated for many other awards, the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists's 2013 Silver Ribbon winner, the Nastro d'Argento for 2013 is the movie that, if I am to be honest, was my favorite of the year. Bernardo Bertolucci's Io e Te is the
Let's take a look at the directors and their films nominated , the winners TBA June 6, for the Nastro d'Argento for best director. Today, Giuseppe Tornatore's La Migliore Offerta. 0 172
The film festival is winding down in Taormina and the awards are coming up: (RIP James Gandolfini); take a look at how I was feeling a month ago about the awards.
Best actress, the David di Donatello awards 2013, Margherita Buy is 51 and still going strong. This is her sixth David, and since Anna Magnani only won 2 in her whole career, some are asking if 6 is too many, and the Italian press is buzzing about how a relatively inconsequential American film