One of Italy’s finest cinematographers, and the first woman to win the Globe D’Oro for Best Cinematography, and the David Di Donatello for Best Photography, shares a selection of her own photographs as well as her beliefs on the beauty and importance of images.
Marco Steiner writes a journal-entry style love letter to Hugo Pratt’s Venice, told through the adventures of Corto Maltese
The great Sorrentino collaborator takes a deep dive into his love for the theatre…
ARF resident Luke Georgiades talks glamour, queer cinema, and evil prophecies with eclectic artist Francesco Vezzoli
The spiritual artist Francesco Clemente talks art, cinema, and happiness with ARF Editor-in-chief Charles Finch.
Iconic theatre star, costume designer and artist Alba Clemente answers some questions from ARF’s Chris Cotonou
Since the advent of cinema, great directors have cultivated their personal style off-screen as well as through their movies. Here, we explore the sartorial triumphs of the filmmakers…
Legendary photographer Jonathan Becker reflects on the paradise that is the South of France.
Prosper and Martine Assouline are behind the first luxury brand on Culture, publishing some of the most coveted tomes in the world. Here, they share some of their memories of cinema – from masterful cinematographers to the colourful charm of posters.
These essays first appeared in Two Screenplays: The Blood of A Poet and The Testament of Orpheus (1985). Reprinted by permission of Marion Boyars Publishers, New York, London.