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A pirate story set in China in the 1600's, which tells the tale of a young widow, who takes over after her pirate husband dies. The film is based on a folktale and, according to director Ermanno Olmi, its title refers to when the pirates returned to living peacefully and women passed their days happily "singing behind screens." | Read More
Valeria is a passive onlooker to her own life in Turin, and she grows so obsessed with the activities of her neighbor Massimo that when he moves to Rome she decides to follow him. There she meets and unexpectedly befriends Massimo's companion Flavia, and becomes enmeshed in both of their lives.
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Three Towers is set in remote rural Italy and revolves around the shattered routine of an old farmer couple after a chance meeting with a Scottish tourist who tells them about two buildings that have just collapsed in New York. | Read MoreDrama and Female Director(s)
Three of the world's best directors combine to tell different stories, all set on a Rome-bound train. The characters connect through casual encounters and recount a story of love, chance, and sacrifice. With Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi (best actress, TFF 2003). In Italian and English | Read More
A gorgeous new restoration-supervised by its cinematographer, Giuseppe Rotunno-of Fellini's adaptation of a Poe short story has Terence Stamp as a British celeb struggling through a haze of booze and drugs to make sense of the paparazzi and produttore who welcome him to Rome. Presented by Taormina Film Fest. Co-hosted with Italian Cultural Institute of New York. | Read MoreDrama
Using a tongue-in-cheek mockumentary style, this half-true, half-imagined tale is based on the story of real-life singer Tony Vilar. Born in Italy, he later moved to Argentina and became one of the most popular crooners in 1960's Latin America, then mysteriously disappeared, leaving a faint trail apparently leading to New York City. | Read MoreMusic
The duplicitous title refers to both the shooting style and the "star" of this witty sexual satire for mature audiences only. Ciccio has a fractured pelvis from an accident involving his girlfriend. But while he's bedridden, our protagonist tries -- and fails -- to lure a parade of women into his domain. Will his abstinence come to an end? | Read More
An affectionate look at the colorful life and rise of Keith Haring. With intimate interviews by the likes of Yoko Ono, Fab 5 Freddy, and many others, this comprehensive look at the iconic artist illuminates the man who became one of the legends of modern art. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary