Tags » Nanni Moretti

"Mia Madre" movie clip

Nanni Moretti’s latest film, starring Margherita Buy and John Turturro, premiered at Cannes Film Festival 2015 in the Official Selection section. 46 more words

Film Festivals / Awards

Alchemy Takes U.S. Rights To Nanni Moretti's 'Mia Madre' - Cannes

Alchemy has taken U.S. distribution rights to Nanni Moretti’s family drama Mia Madre. The film, which played in competition at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, tells the story of a female film director, Margherita (Margherita Buy) who is trying to make a movie amid chaos and craziness in her life. 180 more words

Breaking News

John Turturro On His 'Mia Madre' Character: "I've Seen All Kinds Of Extreme Behavior In My Business" -- Cannes Video

No Italian-American actor loves returning to Italy to work in local films more than John Turturro. He played Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi in the late Francesco Rosi’s 1997 feature  230 more words

Breaking News

Cannes: Nanni Moretti's Faces His Own Mother's Death in New Film

Cannes veteran Nanni Moretti is back on the Croisette with his semi-autobiographical drama “Mia Madre” (My Mother), considered a return to more personal filmmaking after his prophetic panicked-pontiff pic “We Have a Pope.” It’s the Italian auteur’s third collaboration with actress Margherita Buy, who in “Mother” plays his alter ego, a director contending with an ailing mom and other crises during a shoot. 214 more words

Markets & Festivals

Around the World 04/17/15 – 04/19/15

Taking a look at the international box office to see what foreign films are making waves.

After a week off, this weekend offered us an interesting combination of films from a couple renown directors and anime series. 350 more words

Around The World

Italian Film Industry On Cloud Nine Over Exceptionally Robust Representation At Cannes Fest

ROME — With three Italian titles selected in the 68th Cannes film festival competition — and four in the official selection — Italy’s film industry is on cloud nine over its most robust representation on the Croisette in at least two decades. 374 more words


Denis Villeneuve's Sicario in competition at Cannes

Sicario, starring Benicio del Toro, Emily Blunt and Josh Brolin, will screen in the competition section of the festival, which runs May 13 to 24. 227 more words