With his magnetic and disquieting look at the world in Knock at the cabin, Shyamalan proves us, through an apocalypse, that human beings are all connected, whether we like it or not.
Award winning screenwriter Elma Tataragić talks about her masterclass at the 34th Trieste Film Festival
The birth of the Non-Aligned Movement, through the camera of the cameraman of Yugoslav president Tito, Stevan Labudović.
The horror of war and a dream that takes you home to tell about it.
The incredible story of Aurora Mardiganian, a survivor of the Armenian genocide, and the star of a long-lost Hollywood film.
After winning three awards in the Locarno’s Cineasti del Presente competition this summer, Juraj Lerotić lands in competition at the 34th Trieste Film festival with his autobiographical debut film “Safe Place”.
The leading Italian Festival on Central-Eastern European Cinema.
“Loving cinema in all its aspects, even the its dark side”. Damien Chazelle declares his love for cinema, even when it’s a Babylon.
The European cinema I’m proud to be part of: Lukas Dhont presents Close to the italian audience and talks about being proudly part of European directors.
A first feature film which is, at the same time, an enchanting and nostalgic look at a father-daughter relationship and a delicate coming-of-age.