Pirandello's classic play, gorgeously directed by Marco Bellocchio (Fists in the Pocket), stars Marcello Mastroianni as the aristocrat who falls off a horse and believes himself to be the...LEARN MORE.
A magnificent and powerful retelling of the story of the three wise men. Three men from across Europe and Asia follow signs in the heavens, ultimately leading them to Bethlehem and...LEARN MORE.
"The Nanny, from another Pirandello tale, explores the dynamics of a fragile fin de siecle Italian family when a nursemaid is hired...nuanced, deeply mysterious, and possessed of some...LEARN MORE.
NOT OF THIS WORLD
A young nun, about to take her final vows, is suddenly given an abandoned baby and sets out to find the infant's mother. A middle-aged laundromat owner, who may be the baby's...LEARN MORE.
SKY IS FALLING, THE
A moving film about the horrors of war and man's struggle for hope against all odds. Told through the eyes of a young girl, The Sky Is Falling follows a Jewish family who live an idyllic life in the...LEARN MORE.
In the stunning debut feature from writer/director Paolo Franchi, a detached, lonely interpreter becomes obsessed with a doctor who lives opposite her apartment. She abandons...LEARN MORE.
A moving portrait of three brothers, of modern Italy, and of faith and hope. The brothers, who have been separated by work and life, return home to their small village following the death...LEARN MORE.
Three of the world's most celebrated directors--Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach, and Ermanno Olmi--join together to direct a trilogy of interwoven stories set aboard a train traveling from...LEARN MORE.
Peter Del Monte (Invitation Au Voyage) directs this tale of self-discovery set within the beautiful Italian landscape. Asia Argento (XXX) stars as an unstable young girl hired by a rich woman...LEARN MORE.
VOYAGE IN TIME
This intimate film chronicles celebrated Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky (Solaris, The Sacrifice, and Stalker) as he searches locations and explores ideas for his next feature film...LEARN MORE.
You Laugh (Tu Ridi) is a testament to the power of laughter directed by the famed Italian sibling directors, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Padre Padrone, The Night of the Shooting Stars)...LEARN MORE.