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Michael Caine, Paolo Sorrentino Kick Off 'Youth' Oscar Campaign With AFI Screening

ROME – Michael Caine and Paolo Sorrentino will kick off the Oscar campaign for Sorrentino’s “Youth” at the American Film Institute’s AFI fest by introducing the tender reflection on old age that just swept the European Film Award Nominations,  ahead of  its upcoming release via Fox Searchlight in the U.S. 320 more words


2015 Philadelphia Film Festival: Mia Madre

An Italian film director (Margherita Buy) in the midst of a crisis is split between art and life. As her mother is dying in the hospital the woman crafts her latest film.

2015 Philadelphia Film Festival

Mia Madre

Mia Madre (Drama); Elenco: Margherita Buy, John Turturro, Nanni Moretti, Giulia Lazzarini, Enrico Ianiello; Direção: Nanni Moretti; Itália/França, 2015. 106 Min. #FestivalDoRio2015

Nanni Moretti, juntamente com Roberto Benigni, Giuseppe Tornattore, Dario Argento, Tinto Brass e o recém-chegado Paolo Sorrentino, dentre outros cineastas italianos vivos, representam essa leva de profissionais que impingem uma  544 more words

Crítica Cinematográfica

Mia Madre

(Italy 2015)

Mia Madre is Nanni Moretti’s semi-autobiographic story of a director (Margherita Buy) in the midst of shooting a heavy film about labor relations at a factory while dealing with the impending death of her mother (Giulia Lazzarini), who grows more frail by the day. 215 more words


Mia Madre (My Mother): Film Review

Italian tragicomedy Mia Madre (My Mother) follows film director Margherita (Margherita Buy) as she attempts to control an exuberant American actor and struggles to cope with the imminent death of her mother Ada (Giulia Lazzarini). 281 more words

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Minha Mãe

Mia Madre (2015 – ITA) 

A mãe de Nanni Moretti faleceu durante o período de filmagens de seu último filme. Trabalhando seus dramas pessoais, o cineasta italiano resgata esse capítulo de sua vida. 172 more words