Agatha and the Storm (2004)

Director: Silvio Soldini
Starring: Licia Maglietta, Giuseppe Battiston, Claudio Santamaria

As proprietor of a bookshop in Genoa, the warm and intelligent Agatha dispenses literary wisdom to her adoring customers. When a younger man heeds her... Read more

Bread and Tulips (2001)

Director: Silvio Soldini
Starring: Licia Maglietta, Bruno Ganz, Antonio Catania, Giuseppe Battiston

Aka "Pane e Tulipani". After being left behind by her tour bus a bored housewife decides to hitchhike home, and after a few rides finds herself in Ven... Read more

Perfect Strangers (Perfetti sconosciuti) (2016)

Director: Paolo Genovese
Starring: Giuseppe Battiston, Kasia Smutniak, Alba Rohrwacher, Valerio Mastandrea, Marco G...

During a dinner party, seven friends decide to play a dangerous game. The attendees place their cellphones on the table and agree to make all texts an... Read more

The Tiger and the Snow (2005)

Director: Roberto Benigni
Starring: Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi, Jean Reno, Tom Waits, Emilia Fox, Giuseppe B...

Roberto Benigni directs and stars in this romantic comedy-drama set at the outbreak of the US invasion of Iraq. Benigni is an Italian poet who meets... Read more

Italian Film Festival 2008 (2007)

Director: Roberto Ando, Claudio Antonini, Ermanno Olmi, Paolo Taviani, Pupi Avati, Vittorio Taviani, Ferzan Ozpetek, Roberta Torre, Giovanni Veronesi, Maurizio Sciarra, Roberto Cimpanelli, Roberto Dordit, Davide Marengo
Starring: Angela Molina, Arsinee Khanjian, Diego Abatantuono, Ennio Fantastichini, Frances...

Passionate trysts, endless summer days, glorious architecture, great artists, mouth-watering pasta, vino with friends... the Italy we all dream of esc... Read more

Italian Film Festival 2009 (2008)

Director: Silvio Soldini, Marco Tullio Giordana, Angelo Longoni, Paolo Virzi, Andrea Molaioli, Vincenzo Marra, Silvio Muccino, Paolo Sorrentino, Fabio Tagliavia, Francesco Munzi, Claudio Cupellini
Starring: Aitana Sanchez-Gijon, Anna Bonaiuto, Fanny Ardant, Margherita Buy, Massimo Ghini...

"Not since the glory days of Fellini and Antonioni has Italian cinema enjoyed such a creative and critically acknowledged resurgence, with films like.... Read more