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Oscar nomination comedy – MATRIMONIO ALL'ITALIANA/MARRIAGE ITALIAN STYLE – issued on dvd and Blu Ray

MATRIMONIO ALL’ITALIANA/MARRIAGE ITALIAN STYLE (15) 1964 ITALY DE SICA, VITTORIO DVD – £13.99 BLU RAY £17.99
Oscar nomination comedy in which rich married Domenico promises his dying mistress, Filumena (played by Sophia Loren), that he will marry her if she survives. 47 more words

Italian Cinema

51. "Bicycle Thieves", Vittorio de Sica (1948)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen List

Bicycle Thieves aka Ladri di biciclette

dir. Vittorio de Sica scr. Vittorio de Sica, Cesare Zavattini, Suso Cecchi d’Amico, Gerardo Guerrieri, Oreste Biancoli, Adolfo Franci  180 more words

Movies

IERI OGGI DOMANI/YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW - re-issued on dvd and Blu Ray

IERI OGGI DOMANI/YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (15) 1967 ITALY DE SICA, VITTORIO DVD – £13.99 BLU RAY £17.99
Portmanteau comedy which features the most popular male and female leads of the Italian 20th century cinema, Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. 98 more words

Italian Cinema

Max Ophuls’ film - MADAME DE .. - issued on Dual Format editon

MADAME DE .. (U) 1953 FRANCE OPHULS, MAX DUAL FORMAT EDITION £19.99
Based on the novel by Louise de Vilmorin about a doomed, obsessive romance set in 18th century France… 48 more words

French Cinema

July 7: Happy Birthday Shelley Duvall and George Cukor

As Shelley Duvall turns 68, there will probably be plenty of stories focused on her current mental health issues.  Hopefully, some will focus on her career as an actress and television producer, as we’re going to do here. 1,195 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

BOCCACCIO - issued on DVD and Blu Ray

BOCCACCIO ’70 (12) 1962 ITALY DVD – £15.99 BLU RAY – £19.99
Collection of four short stories, each directed by one of Italy’s most famous directors, focusing on women taking back control of their lives. 131 more words

German Cinema

Boccaccio ’70 (1962) | Italian sexual mores as seen through the eyes of Fellini, Visconti, De Sica and Monicelli

Italy’s greatest directors bring four stories of Italian post-war sexual mores and morality to cinematic life in the 1962 big-screen anthology Boccaccio ’70, which gets a brand-new remaster on Blu-ray, DVD and digital from CultFilms in the UK. 289 more words

World Cinema