22 - 30 / 11 / 2019
Italy’s number one metropolitan film festival.
17-27 / 10 / 2019
The Italian capital’s celebration of cinema.
19 / 09 / 2019
ITTV promotes Italy as a creative and innovative system for the world’s most important content market.
20 - 28 / 09 / 2019
Welcome to the San Sebastian International Film Festival!
2 - 13 / 10 / 2019
The leading festival in the U.K. returns for its landmark 63rd edition.
26 / 09 - 6 / 10 / 2019
ZFF presents the most promising new filmmakers and films.
7-17 / 08 / 2019
The most significant cinematographic event in Switzerland.
28 / 08 - 7 / 09 / 2019
The aim of the event is to draw attention to high quality cinema, without any kind of restriction, with special care for innovation, research, originality and independence.
28 / 08 - 07 / 09 / 2019
FRED Film Radio is joining the 76th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy, from August 28 to September 7, 2019.
28 / 08 - 7 / 09 / 2019
The independent and parallel section of the Venice Film Festival, organized by the National Union of Italian Film Critics.
12-20 / 07 / 2019
It has one of the largest audiences in Eastern Europe and it held every year in cinema capital of Ukraine – Odessa.
28 / 06 - 6 / 07 / 2019
The largest film festival in the Czech Republic and the most prestigious such festival in Central and Eastern Europe.
1st edition of ITALIAN STORIES DAY – Los Angeles in the foreground.
14 - 25 / 05 / 2019
Ladies and gentlemen: the Cannes Film Festival. Need we say more?
5 / 05 / 2019
The European award assigned by young audiences across Europe on Young Audience Film Day.
Alicia Vikander told us how playing in the cello and speaking Japanese were all in a day’s work in Wash Westmoreland’s Earthquake Bird.
On the red carpet for a whodunit hilarious and hyper-etertaining.
Long time friend and producer of Rian Johnson, Bergam talks about this new challenge.
British talent, Sally Hawkins, tells us about playing June in Eternal Beauty and tackling mental health on the big screen.
Imogen Poots’ take about her character in Vivariun, from the red carpet at the London Film Festival.
In one of his weirdest performances to date, Jonathan Aris sparkles in Vivarium.
The director of Vivarium on the red carpet of the premiere at the London Film Festival.
Director Alejandro Landes spoke to us about winning best film for Monos.
A coming of age in Harlem, with a naturalistic look. Poetry, love and fierceness.
Not a film festival but a film feast.
Second film for the duo of Goodbye Mommy, a dark and fascinating story with its personal and unmistakable atmosphere.
A delicate and uplifting film about a couple facing cancer. Two great actors in the hands fo two directors who know what they want.
The unparalleled life and work of jazz’s prince of darkness.
Six Catholic teenage choir girls cutting loose in Edinburgh.
A portrayal of tradition’s battle against time.
A unique exploration of mental illness, starring Sally Hawkins.
Discovering a report on the CIA’s approach to torture post 9/11 and how to turn it into a compelling drama starring Adam Driver.
A journey of self-discovery and coming of age.
An exploration of New Zealand biker gangs.
A portrait of motherhood set in a women’s refuge in Argentina.
A psychodrama about the notion of coincidence versus destiny.
The painful sacrifices made for love.
An exploration of the ravages of loss.
A film about friendship and kindness, in a world where it is so rare to experience it and share it without being called weirdos.
Stylish and emotionally distant a thrilling film about searching for your natural family and the potential risks in this search.
Set in Nigeria, the story of a man on a path of trying to save his life from falling apart.
Art as a means of self-discovery and expression.
A testosterone fueld thriller on a man who gets more than he bargained for when he joins a local gym.
A young lady’s coming-of-age in a dysfunctional Seoul family circa 1994.
With Maleficent, Disney redefines the concept of good and evil.