The Evolution Of Italian Cinema: The Times They Are A Changin’

"Come gather 'round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown." https://youtu.be/e7qQ6_RV4VQ   For those of you who haven't noticed, it's a new day for Italian cinema. Italian cinema is back, but you might not recognize it. If you were waiting for the second coming of Fellini, or Neorealism, or Totò, you might be disappointed; BUT YOU SHOULDN'T BE! Contemporary Italian filmmakers have a fresh vibe all their own. Take a look at these two films that will premiere at the Venice Film Festival: Ammore e Malavita, stars Claudia Gerini and Gianpaolo Morelli and it's billed as a dramatic love story with shoot outs, wild motorbike chases and speedboat escapes. It's also a musical! [caption id="attachment_29809" align="aligncenter" width="1074"] Ammore e Malavita[/caption] Brutti e Cattivi stars Sara Serraiocco, Marco D'Amore, and Claudio Santamaria about a group of wild, physically disabled gangsters has a plan to rob a bank, but things go terribly wrong when each of them reveals they all had their own personal agenda. [gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="21852,19388"] Italy has superheroes. You can stream Jeeg... https://youtu.be/nRwuC_uMFqA [gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="27578,29289"] Italian filmmakers are looking for a wider audience with English language films like never before. Look for these two from big-hitters Luca Guadagnino and Paolo Virzì.   https://youtu.be/pAYeaXFb9w4   https://youtu.be/qjHlu-SrLaE   Filmmakers are joining the ranks of bing-worthy TV fun. [gallery columns="1" size="full" ids="29811"] [caption id="attachment_29369" align="aligncenter" width="726"] Coming this fall on Netflix, Suburra, The TV series![/caption] https://youtu.be/a2D8-swR3hE https://youtu.be/AsI8IkVPR-c

Week 4 Of Our New Newsletter, CineCaramella – Have You Subscribed?

Get A Blast Of Italian Cinema Fun Every Week In Your Mailbox! Subscribe Past Issues RSS Translate   Check it out! I pinch myself to make sure I am not dreaming every year at the Venice Film Festival! This year is no different! Making my plans for #Venezia74, I would like your input, and for that, you will be rewarded. YOU tell ME what you want to see an hear about at #Venezia74. Message me on FB, https://www.facebook.com/iloveitalianmovies/ . Tweet at me, https://twitter.com/Italian_Movies Let me know on Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/iloveitalianmovies/?hl=en Leave me a message on the website, https://iloveitalianmovies.com/ or send an email, iloveitalianmovies@gmail.com How can I best show you #Venezia74? YOU tell ME what you want to see! 1)  Do you like seeing the world outside the film festival? Should I include more about Venice? 2) Is there anyone, in particular, that will be at Venice that you would like to see more of? Keep reading the blog to see who I will be meeting or interviewing, and let me know what you want to know about them. If you let me know, I might ask them to sent you a personal message! 3) Do you want to see more about the Hollywood stars that will be at Venice? Or are you mostly just interested in the Italians? Daniel Radcliff Liev Scheiber and Naomi Watts Natalie Portman Scarlett Johansson This email was sent to <<Email Address>> why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences I Love Italian Movies · 55 Chadboure Drive · Hudson, Ohio 44236 · USA (more…)

Fingers Crossed For Venice: Roberta Torre’s Riccardo Va All’Inferno

Now this looks interesting...     There's Venice Film Festival buzz for Roberta Torre's "dark, psychedelic musical" starring Massimo Ranieri, Sonia Bergamasco and Ivan Franek. [gallery ids="29317,29318,29319"]   The director returns to the screen with Riccardo Va All'Inferno (Richard Goes To Hell), a retelling of Shakespeare, set in the underworld Rome.   "It's a musical", says Roberta,"dark, psychedelic, eccentric, comparable to Tim Burton, set in a hidden Rome, unearthly and pop." Keep updated here on I Love Italian Movies and like the film on Facebook! 

The Stars Have Aligned: The Ciak Magazine Awards Proves It

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Un Bacio (One Kiss): A Movie About Being Bullied At High School

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Today On Netflix: Grillo vs. Grillo

"Italy's Donald Drumpf", Beppe Grillo, whose Five Star movement leads the country’s parliamentary opposition, has a new comedy special “Grillo vs. Grillo" and you can stream it with Netflix with subtitles. (more…)