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The French Dispatch – W. Anderson – Trailer

Finally! After “Isle of dogs” Wes Anderson is back with his new film “The French Dispatch”. Here’s the trailer. Wes…

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Shining (Kubrick) and the camera movements.

Stanley Kubrick’s Shining is a dense, ambitious film that poses dozens of interpretative possibilities and opens up numerous questions. What…

Analysis
2001 | Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)

Mulholland Drive (2001) is one of the most important films of the beginning of the new millennium. David Lynch brings…

Analysis
Michelangelo Antonioni and the actors.

The scope of this essay is to present a peculiar aspect of Michelangelo Antonioni’s work. Our intention was not to…

Analysis
2015 | The Walk (R. Zemeckis)

The Walk is a film directed by Robert Zemeckis – it is a film that unfolds strong emotions on the…

Analysis
1967 | Le Samouraï – (Jean-Pierre Melville)

The film Le Samouraï has been one of the most (commercially) successful work of Jean-Pierre Melville selling, in his theatrical…

Analysis
1920 | Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari | The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (R. Wiene)

Robert Wiene’s film, Das cabinet des Dr. Caligari, has a fundamental historical and artistic value, being the first film in…

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1895 | L’arrivée d’un train à La Ciotat (Lumière)

1895: the cinematograph has been invented a few months earlier and the Lumière brothers – in constant exploration of the…

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Marco Venditti on Segnocinema

The little satisfactions of life: we’re on Segnocinema! Do you guys know Segnocinema? It’s one of the most important cinema-related…

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