Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
cafe Pellicola Live

Watch our 11/23/14 cafe Pellicola Live interview with filmmaker Luca Vullo

We hosted live conversation (in English) with Luca Vullo, a versatile filmmaker that has made several documentaries, short films, music videos and commercials, winners of prizes on international festivals. Luca shared insights ...

Open Roads 2013: Handmade Cinema (Guido Torlonia – 2012)

When was the last time you created something with your hands? In a world of rapid technology changes where digital screens seem to mediate large chunk of our daily lives; from omnipresent mobile screens, to office computers, af...
Medaglia d’Oro (Naples – 1901)


Rome Free City – Roma Città Libera (Marcello Pagliero – 1946)

Where have you been during winter 1946? Since some of us would likely say – nowhere, here is a time capsule from that period in Rome, right after WW2 is over. The American GI’s are still in town and the people wake up int...

From Cinemasud San Diego: Ballo a tre passi – The three steps dance (Salvatore Mereu 2003)

I have been waiting for this and the following movie for months. I am thrilled. This is my own root region (partially) and I have the privilege to be in and out of the scene. Sardinia, where its crystal waters are seen with sus...

Salvatore Giuliano (Francesco Rosi – 1962)

In this masterpiece classic director Francesco Rosi tells the story of Salvatore Giuliano, a famous Sicilian gangster that during the mid-40’s collaborated with a Sicilian separatist group, Movement for the Independence of Sici...