A month after Carlo Lizzani’s death, Rome Film Festival pays tribute to the great filmmaker projecting “Il processo di Verona” at the Teatro Studio.
The 3rd of November was the thirty-eighth anniversary of the tragic and still mysterious death of Pier Paolo Pasolini, poet, novelist, journalist, filmmaker and playwright, one of the biggest and most controversial intellectuals of the twentieth century.
A provocative artist, all his work was an intellectual challenge, his careful analysis of socio-economical, political and historical time made him one of the most active animators of the cultural debate that was developed in Italy between the fifties and seventies.
Twenty years ago the great director Federico Fellini left us he is considered one of the most influential filmmakers of the 20th century. He won five Academy Awards including the most number of Oscars in history for Best Foreign Language Film.
Today the film productions are aimed at experienced graphic designers, to create the movie poster able in summarizing the movie in one image, between 40′s and 70′s instead relied on real artists to paint them.
Our constant research on neo-realism has led us to the discovery of some wonderful trailers.
This is not a ranking, but a simple sharing of beautiful vintage previews, that richly described the movie, the atmosphere and the characters.
And also an opportunity for us to tell some anecdotes related to these masterpieces.
From October 23rd, 2013 will be in bookstores the Gianni Bozzacchi autobiography published by Castelvecchi.
The famous photographer of the couple Liz Taylor and Richard Burton tells us about his career through the black and white pictures from the golden age of the international jet set.
Less than a month ago was the fortieth anniversary of the death of Anna Magnani , today we would like to pay a tribute to this extraordinary actress symbol of Italian cinema and icon of Neorealism.
“Divine, simply divine” this is how Time magazine described the essence of the actress, by using two words, which in nearly thirty-year career has worked with the greatest Italian directors
We continue our immersion in the web archives looking for the most interesting material on Neorealism.
Today our attention is focused on video-sharing platforms, where we found some interesting documents that trace, analyze and tell the story of the Neorealist movement.
Neorealism could not fail to attract social medias, the images of those movies is easily identifiable as the face of Italy after the the second world war and tells more than history itself about a distant era but still vivid in the memory .
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