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Synopsis The film critic Tatti Sanguineti arrives in Palermo to find out what has happened to Franco Maresco’s unfinished movie: Belluscone. Una storia siciliana. A film that was supposed to tell the story of the unique relationship between Berlusconi and Sicily through the misadventures of the Palermitan impresario of Neapolitan “neomelodic” singers and organizer of  [ Read More ]

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Synopsis In an imaginary village in the Caucasus, a President is on the run with his five-year-old grandson following a coup d’état. The two travel across the lands that the President once governed. Now, disguised as a street musician to avoid being recognized, the former dictator comes into contact with his people, and gets to  [ Read More ]

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  BOB WILSON´S LIFE AND DEATH OF MARINA ABRAMOVIC by Giada Colagrande Bob Wilson´s Life & Death of Marina Abramovic follows the coming together of director Robert Wilson, performance artist Marina Abramovic, singer and composer Antony Hegarty and performer Willem Dafoe, to create the experimental opera based on Marina Abramovic´s biography. Through rehearsal footage and  [ Read More ]

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    10 feature-length and 13 short films from the Orizzonti section available in streaming around the world. For the first time in the history of the Venice International Film Festival, 10 feature-length films and 13 short films from the Orizzonti section will be available for viewing in streaming all over the world concurrently with  [ Read More ]

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Venice Film Festival 2012 29th August > 8th September 2012 The 69th Venice International Film Festival, organized by La Biennale di Venezia, will run at Venice Lido August 29th through September 8th, 2012, directed by Alberto Barbera. The aim of the Festival is to raise awareness and promote all the various aspects of international cinema in  [ Read More ]

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  Exploding talent in the last years with success like “Howl”, “Milk”, “Pineapple Express” and the latest “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, 33 years old James Franco reveals the intimate need to disclose his ideas, disturbances and interests, through cinema and art. At 360°. According to this it can be easy to understand  [ Read More ]

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