In her native French, actress Anna Mouglalis writes about the ensemble film Boccaccio ‘70, and the understated role played by Coco Chanel
Writer-director Carolina Cavalli makes her case in the defence of Italian folk-hero Rosso Malpelo…
American film producer Bill Gerber shares the experience of bringing A Star is Born to the Venice Film Festival, as well as some Gaga-star power to the lido.
ARF Deputy Editor Chris Cotonou observes the joys and chaos of a family get together during his open conversation with the Arrivabenes of Venice
Author and journalist Michele Masneri on the experience of meeting Arrigo Cipriani at Harry’s bar in Venice, and how the legendary lawyer-turned-barman and restaurateur drove him at full speed through the streets of La Serenissima.
What did Lisa Immordino Vreeland discover about Peggy Guggenheim’s time in Venice, while researching for her film on the American art collector? Here, she shares a lesser-known side to the socialite.
The River Cafés Ruthie Rogers speaks on the drama on food and shares a personal favourite Italian recipe…
ARF resident Luke Georgiades talks glamour, queer cinema, and evil prophecies with eclectic artist Francesco Vezzoli
What did the iconic women of Italian film have in
common? Fatima Khan unpacks what she calls ‘La Donna Fatale’
The writer-director waxes on conceiving the Soho Film Club, a formative experience dating a cinephile, and Pedro Almodovar…