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FOR ALL THE PEOPLES OF THE WORLD
(a tutti i popoli del mondo)

by Paolo Franchi

with: Dario Vacotto, Jessica Bui, Davide Fioravanti

Italy, 2012
DOCUMENTARY

David Lazzaretti (1834-1878), on Mount Amiata (Tuscany), established a community of more than 80 families, the Society of Christian Families. Back to the origins of Christianity, near the philosophy of Francis of Assisi, his community was characterized by the female participation at the public and religious life and the guarantee of instruction and assistance to all. Persecuted by the State and the Vatican, he was slaughtered in 1878.

NORTH CAPE (capo nord)

THE SPECTATOR
(la spettatrice)

by Paolo Franchi

with: Barbora Bobulova, Andrea Renzi, Brigitte Catillon

Italy, 2003
DRAMA

Valeria is an inhibited and solitary girl. She lives and works in Turin as a simultaneous translator. There are no romantic relationships in her life, but she allows herself one almost ritualistic attachment: that of observing Massimo, a man who lives in the apartment across the street from her, totally unaware of her. Occasionally, they have a few fleeting encounters. When he moves to Rome, Valeria's existence falls apart. On a sudden impulse, she decides to leave Turin and follow him there…

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WAVES (onde)

WAVES (onde)
by Francesco Fei

with: Anita Caprioli, Ignazio Oliva, Marina Remi, Filippo Timi

Italy, 2005
DRAMA

Onde is the love story between Francesca, a young girl with a purple birthmark on her face and Luca, a young blind musician. Francesca in intrigued by Luca’s spontaneous behaviour, she starts opening up and she forgets about her uneasiness. The unexpected encounter with Alex, a TV programme director interested in Luca’s music, pushes Francesca away: she gets isolated once again, unable to face reality because of her attitude, and not of her birthmark.


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MASANIELLO (Love And Freedom)

MASANIELLO – LOVE AND FREEDOM
by Angelo Antonucci

with: Sergio Assisi, Anna Ammirati, Anna Galiena, Nicola Di Pinto, Gabriele Lavia

Italy, 2006
BIOPIC

The story of Tommaso Aniello d'Amalfi, well-known as Masaniello, a neapolitan fishmonger who led, in July 1647, the riot against the Duke of Arcos, mandatory of King Philip IV of Spain.

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AUGUST CLOUDS (nuvole basse d’agosto)

AUGUST CLOUDS (nuvole basse d’agosto)
by Marta Gervasutti

with: Davide Mancini, Francesco D’Asaro, Lavinia Longhi

Italy, 2006
DRAMA

In a sunny August, Nanni and Michele find their heat and tedium shelter on a mount. Here they can escape from their family problems and from a world that don’t consider them. Nanni only cares about Michele, his sister Lele, a rusted old gun and his platonic love for Jeanne, a French girl that represent an utopia of a better life for him. Her refusal of loving him will become an excuse for a degeneration of the boy’s frustration in a violent and aggressive behaviour.

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THE MUNCHIES - CHEMICAL HUNGER (fame chimica)

THE MUNCHIES - CHEMICAL HUNGER (fame chimica)
by Antonio Bocola and Paolo Vari

with: Marco Foschi, Matteo Gianoli, Valeria Solarino

Italy, 2003
DRAMA

With a backdrop set in the suburbs teeming with social tension, youngsters face up to the passage from youth to adulthood. Two friends meet regularly in a square in the suburbs where they first met as kids and grew up with the other kids of the area, the so-called zarri. By now they have different lives, one is a pusher the other has a regular job, tiring and badly paid.

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CHATZER-Inside Jewish Venice

CHATZER – INSIDE JEWISH VENICE
by Carlo Hintermann

Italy, 2004
DOCUMENTARY

A journey through the Jewish Venice, a world that unveils one of the less known sides of the city. A kaleidoscope of images, opinions and experiences.

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SORRY, YOU CAN’T GET THROUGH (nessun messaggio in segreteria)

SORRY, YOU CAN’T GET THROUGH (nessun messaggio in segreteria)
by Paolo Genovese and Luca Miniero

with: Pierfrancesco Favino, Carlo Delle Piane, Lorenza Indovina, Valerio Mastrandrea, Anna Falchi

Italy, 2005
COMEDY

Walter, now retired, can't surrender to the rush of time. Knowing that at his age there is not much life left, he is very crafty at filling his long empty days. He discovers Piero, a man working in a retired at home. Walter ties a peculiar bond with his younger alter-working-ego, becoming a surrogate father to the young man.

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JIMMY OF THE HILL (Jimmy della collina)

JIMMY OF THE HILL (Jimmy della collina)
by Enrico Pau

with: Nicola Adamo, Valentina Carnelluti, Francesco Origo

Italy, 2006
DRAMA

Jimmy is almost eighteen and has always lived with his family. Sharing no prospects or points of view with those around him, he quickly responds to the siren calls of criminal behavior and ends up in a detention center for juvenile delinquents. Redemption seems to lie in the gentle outlines of the hills around the center, offering a different kind of future. But to kids like Jimmy it can something.

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ARCHIPELAGOS (arcipelaghi)

ARCHIPELAGOS (arcipelaghi)
by Giovanni Columbu

with: Giancarlo Lostia, Paolo Lostia, Pietrina Mennea

Italy, 2001
DRAMA

A boy of 14 is on trial at the Nuoro courthouse in Sardinia accused of murder. As the case unfolds so do the memories of those testifying and we relive a rather more disturbing previous crime through the nightmares of the boy. A year before, the boy’s younger brother called Giosuč was left in a farmhouse for a few hours on his own. While he was wondering around the farm buildings, he inadvertently witnessed the theft of some livestock and saw the faces of the thieves…

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THE HUNGARIAN SERVANT (il servo ungherese)

THE HUNGARIAN SERVANT (il servo ungherese)
by Giorgio Molteni e Massimo Piesco

with: Tomas Arana, Chiara Conti, Anrea Renzi

Italy, 2004
HISTORIC DRAMA

In a German concentration camp a Hungarian deportee is selected to work as servant in the luxurious billet of Commander Dailermann, a high-rank nazi officer. The Jew risks his life to convince the Commander to save from destruction some works of art by Dix and Kokotschka. The Hungarian servant also persuades Franziska, Commander's wife, to be portrayed by some deported painters; that gives him the opportunity to carry on a strategy to save as many lives as possible.

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THE IGUANA

THE IGUANA
by Catherine McGilvray

with: Andrea Renzi, Amandio Pinheiro, Cláudia Oliveira Teixeira, Tommaso Ragno

Italy, 2004
DRAMA

Aleardo, travelling in a sailing boat, lands on the remote island of Ocaña. Here three impoverished Portuguese aristocrats are living in dire poverty, cut off from the world and thrown back to the nineteenth century, with them a servant very badly treated and nicknamed Iguana. Based on the novel by Anna Maria Ortese.

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THROUGH THE EYES OF ANOTHER (gli occhi dell´altro)

THROUGH THE EYES OF ANOTHER (gli occhi dell´altro)
by Gianpaolo Tescari

with: Lucrezia Lante Della Rovere, Johan Leysen, Hossein Taheri

Italy, 2004
DRAMA

David is a grown up, a scientist; Barbara, a theatre actress, in spite of being thrity five years old is an eternal adolescent. Suddenly appearing in their lives is Nadir, a friend of Barbara's who is a forty year old Kurdish refugee, released from prison at the end of his sentence for an insignificant and unproven illegality. Living their lives in common is not easy: in an almost obsessive way, David's hostility towards Nadir starts to grow up until this irrational and almost violent energy will force David to the final day of reckoning....

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CHECHENYA (cecenia)

CHECHENYA (cecenia)
by Leonardo Giuliano

with: Gianmarco Tognazzi, Bruno Armando, Hristo Mutafciev

Italy, 2004
WAR DRAMA

The story of Antonio Russo, a journalist of the italian "Radio Radicale", murdered in Cecenia in 2000.

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NORTH CAPE (capo nord)

NORTH CAPE (capo nord)
by Carlo Luglio

with: Emanuele Valenti, Francesco Vitiello, Luca Riemma

Italy, 2002
DRAMA

Four young men from southern Italy, dreaming of an easy way to get rich and solve their precarious and erratic lives, reach the distant Germany full of expectations, a series of tragic and grotesque events will make them grow and take on the first, real responsibilities.

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DERVIS (il derviscio)

DERVIS (il derviscio)
by Alberto Rondalli

with: Antonio Buil Puejo, Haldun Boysan, Cezmi Baskin, Ruhi Sari

Italy, 2001
HISTORICAL DRAMA

In the Ottoman Empire, during the early 1900s, the dervis Ahmed Nurudin, a Koranic teacher, lives in a world of his own, mapped out with eternal truths and convictions codified and legitimised by the Koran. Preoccupations and everyday life of his fellow citizens do not touch him. One day his younger brother is arrested for no reason. He realizes that his position and social prestige will not sway the arbitrary judgment. When his brother is condemned, Nurudin wavers in his convictions, now he is forced to take action.

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MARATHON

MARATHON
by Amir Naderi

with: Sara Paul, Trevor Moore, Rebecca Nelson (voice)

USA, 2002
DRAMA

A crossword puzzle marathon set in the subway, the streets, the buses of New York City. Gretchen (Sara Paul) is a crossword addict who has challenged herself to complete 77 puzzles in 24 hours. Almost pathologically dependent on noise, she opts to work in the subway, channelling its assaultive inhospitality into pure cognitive adrenaline. Shooting took place few months before the 9/11 events.

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FATHER PIO (padre pio da pietralcina)

FATHER PIO (padre pio da pietralcina)
by Alberto Rondalli

with: Lucio Allocca, Antonio Buil Pueyo, Renato Carpentieri

Italy, 1997
BIOPIC

The life of the famous Italian friar from his entry in the convent when he was 15th to his death in 1968. His first inclination to the mysticism and his faith journey till the stigmata that gave him an extraordinary popularity and roused lots of controversies.

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NEROLIO

NEROLIO
by Aurelio Grimaldi

with: Marco Cavicchioli, Lucia Sardo, Piera Degli Esposti

Italy, 1996
BIOPIC

A no-compromise film on the latest days of the most no-compromise Italian poet and filmmaker of the century. A few aspects of the life of Pier Paolo Pasolini depicts the intimate, personal Pasolini rather than the public one. The last few days of the great writer, filmmaker and unashamed homosexual’s life. "Humorous, poetic, foul-mouthed and provocative”.

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