A coming-of-age hiding behind a noir: Edward Norton on his second film as director, our everyday battles and music.
Author and scriptwriter Bret Easton Ellis talks to FRED before his encounter with the audience in Rome Film Festival. He talks about ‘White’, his new book, and political correctness.
A sum of three books of scary stories for kids, with style and a respect for fear.
Not a film festival but a film feast.
The Italian capital’s celebration of cinema.
An ironic tale on suicide, life and death at the Rome Film Fest.
The youngest star in Bad Times at the El Royale lands in Rome.
Seven strangers and a night at the border between California and Nevada where everything can happen.
An ordinarly insane act of police violence is described and seen through three different persons in this powerful drama.
The absurdity of normalisation.