For her second ARF column, writer-director Shaden Adela talks the pain and joys of being a Brigitte Bardot obsessive…
The actress Chiara Mastroianni opens up to writer Natasha A. Fraser about her father, the iconic Marcello Mastroianni—their relationship, his famous humour, and her childhood memories.
The author Ilaria Bernardini forged a close bond with the director Bernardo Bertolucci before he passed away. She recounts their friendship and professional relationship in this poignant essay.
Malcom Pagani speaks to Italy’s most celebrated contemporary filmmaker, Paolo Sorrentino.
She’s done it all: art-house film, Hollywood cinema, and now the theatre. But Monica Bellucci’s greatest adventure is being a mother. She opens up to Chris Cotonou about the power of children, the virtues of doing nothing, and entering her icon era.
ARF Editor-In-Chief Charles Finch engages in open conversation with actress, filmmaker and personal friend of his, Valeria Golino
The young artists of Italian Cinema offer us their personal manifestos…
Luke Georgiades talks to the filmmaker twin that are blazing a trail past their contemporaries
Carlotta Antonelli is hard to miss. The Roman-born actress, who has been hotly-tipped after roles in Suburra and Bangla, as well as the recent Bang Bang, speaks with us about her morning coffee, gritty characters, and her hometown. On Freedom. I find freedom in a performance when I am unsure what is happening; when I… Continue reading The New Roman: Carlotta Antonelli
“The kids are alright” as ARF Deputy Editor Chris Cotonou engages in a brief but insightful conversation with actress Fotini Peluso