Tag: Italian Cinema

Salvation Through Cinema: Interview with ‘Boys Cry’ Directors Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo

Pablo Staricco Cadenazzi Interviews Italian Directors Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo

TIFF 2018: Director Laura Luchetti on ‘Twin Flower’ and the Art of Giving Shape to a Story

Bedatri Datta Choudhury Interviews Italian Director Laura Luchetti

TIFF 2018: Interview With ‘Dogman’ Actor Marcello Fonte

Marshall Shaffer Interviews Italian Actor Marcello Fonte

Vague Visages Writers’ Room: Favorite New Wave Films

In the Vague Visages Writers’ Room on Slack, freelancers were asked to comment about their favorite new wave films from any international movement.

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Q.V. Hough on Federico Fellini’s ‘8 1/2′

“The moments of realization transcend the typical viewing experience.”

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Jeremy Carr on Federico Fellini’s ‘La Strada’

“Fellini’s films often flourished with acute ruminations on life and society, but rarely would his work achieve this degree of pure emotion.”

Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017 – Andrea De Sica’s ‘Children of the Night’

“De Sica has mentioned ‘The Shining’ and ‘Dead Poets Society’ as influences, and ‘Children of the Night’ is at its best when it favors the former.”

Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017 – Roberto Andò’s ‘The Confessions’

“Sleek visuals and cryptic dialogue aren’t enough to save a film that’s essentially a truncated season of ‘House of Cards.'”

Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017 – Edoardo De Angelis’ ‘Indivisible’

“‘Indivisible’ is a fantastically imaginative coming-of-age tale, an opera of sweeping creativity and a universal human love story.”

Mamma Roma Movie Essay - 1962 Pier Paolo Pasolini Film

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Jeremy Carr on Pier Paolo Pasolini’s ‘Mamma Roma’

“The compassion Magnani and Pasolini elicit from this affectionate portrait is manifestly sympathetic — she just tries so hard.”

Capitolo 20: Mani in Alto / Marco Bellocchio’s ‘Fists in the Pocket’

A Series on Italian Cinema by Q.V. Hough

Capitolo 20: Mi Fido Di Te / Ermanno Olmi’s ‘I fidanzati’

A Series on Italian Cinema by Q.V. Hough

Capitolo 20: Intro / Ermanno Olmi’s ‘Il Posto’ / Cosa Sei Disposto a Perdere

A Series on Italian Cinema by Q.V. Hough

Love in the Time of Cabiria

An Essay by Kyle Turner

Remembering Francesco Rosi (November 15, 1922 – January 10, 2015)

Q.V. Hough on the Influence of Francesco Rosi