A film director is struggling to remain focussed on her latest feature with her mother seriously ill in hospital. Things are not helped by the leading man unable to remember his lines. 106 more words
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Another feature title is saved in the wake of Alchemy’s financial woes. Music Box Films has acquired U.S. rights to Nanni Moretti’s Mia Madre, the Italian comedy from last year’s Cannes Film Festival that Alchemy snapped up. 233 more words
Sul perché se Leonardo DiCaprio non vincesse l’Oscar dovrebbe farsene una ragione. E sui giornali italiani che liquidano la stella di Ennio Morricone nella Walk of Fame con due righe.
di Rina Brundu. Certo il miracolo potrebbe pure accadere e magari “The Revenant” (2015), film che non ho ancora visto, porterà a Leonardo DiCaprio la tanto sospirata statuetta per il miglior attore protagonista.359 more words
There is something to be said about a film that takes a depressing subject matter and present it to us in a way that we don’t see very often. 500 more words
Moretti revisits themes of life, cinema, family ties, and guilt through the eyes of Marghertita, a besieged middle-aged director. She (Margherita Buy) is shooting a political film with a famous American actor (John Turturro) who is a pain on set and whose Italian is dismal. 144 more words
I’m excited about John Turturro and Margheria Buy’s new movie, Mia Madre (My Mother) because it looks like a great character study at a specific moment in time… 79 more words