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Enzo, an 18-year old, lives with his family in a suburb of Naples and undergoes a series of tribulations when he must help out after his father dies. Through his determination, he is not only able to help solve his kin's problems; they also rediscover a new sense of dignity. | Read More
When Italian comedienne Guzzanti's satirical TV show was canceled after Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's media corporation filed a 20-million-euro lawsuit, she got serious, sort of. Following in the footsteps of Michael Moore, but far more talented at imitating her target, Guzzanti exposes the seedy underbelly of Berlusconi's right-wing regime in this viciously funny documentary. | Read MoreDocumentary
Producer Prince Francesco Alliata (who also produced Renoir's The Golden Coach) journeys from Palermo to present the Cineteca di Bologna's masterful restoration of Dieterle's 1949 classic. Shown here in the U.S. for the first time in its original Italian version (it had previously screened only in a dubbed English print), Volcano features breathtaking underwater photography and one of Italian screen icon Anna Magnani's most captivating performances. | Read More
This Felliniesque comedy follows Luciana (Stefania Sandrelli), the longtime object of three friends' affections over 30 years. The film traces her relationships with Gianni (Vittorio Gassman), Antonio (Nino Manfredi) and Nicola (Stefano Satta Flores) from the beginning of the foursome's involvement with each other during the wartime Resistance. A new restoration from Cinecitta Holding. | Read More
The Woodmans are a family united in their belief that art-making is the highest form of expression and an essential way of life, but for photographer daughter Francesca, worldwide acclaim came only after a tragedy that would forever scar the family. With unrestricted access to all of Francesca's works and diaries, The Woodmans paints an incisive portrait of a family broken and then healed by its art. | Read MoreDocumentary