Allegra Handelsman writes of love in Guiseppe Tornatore’s iconic Cinema Paradiso…
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Jason Diamond explores absurdity in the films of Sergio Leone…
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.
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.
Julien Planté on Luca Guadagnino’s loving salute to the Italian fashion icon.
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.
Writer Natasha A. Fraser explores how Sophia Loren won over Hollywood.
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…