Pierfrancesco “Pif” Diliberto’s first movie, is a clever child’s eye view of what it was like for normal people living under the mafia’s thumb in 1980s and 90s Palermo.
Based on a book, The Dinner by Dutch author Herman Koch, Ivano De Matteo’s I Nostri Ragazzi is one of the best films of 2014.
Director Paolo Virzì’s adaptation of a book by Stephen Amidon about greed, privilege, and an unfortunate guy on a bike one snow night in northern Italy.
Margherita Buy stars as a woman who spends her life going from hotel to hotel, pretending to be a guest but working quality control for the hotels.
Toni Servillo stars in this film from Paolo Sorrentino about the powerful Giulio Andreotti, prime minister of Italy for more than 50 years.
Rosalba gets left behind at a rest stop and decides she needs a little vacation from her unappreciative family.
Two guys look at the pros and cons of staying in their native country, or leaving to find opportunity elsewhere.
Toni Servillo plays twins in this film from Roberto Andò about Italian politics.
A psychological thriller about a couple who meets speed dating.
From director Ferzan Ospetek, a guy tries to come out at a family gathering, but his brother beats him to it.
Matteo Garrone’s story of a man who will do anything to get on a TV reality show.
True story of Renato Vallanzasco, an organized crime leader who became something of a folk hero when he developed a talent for evading authority.
Giuseppe Tornatore’s semi-autographical film about his home town.
A hit man makes a split second decision to spare a blind girl’s life, and then must protect her.
Marco Bellocchio’s story about various loosely connected people and their life or death decisions.
On the island of Lampadusa, off the Sicilian coast, fishermen are torn between obeying the law and helping the illegal immigrant boat people.
A mob wife falls for one of the employees.