Quick recap on the Italian films featured at the festival, including “Nostalgia” and “Freaks Out.”
Pietro Marcello brings Jack London’s Oakland-set novel to Naples in his innovative adaptation.
A Roman fashion house is terrorized by a faceless killer in this endlessly stylish, thrilling midcentury mystery.
A married Russian-Italian mother finds a new passion for life when she meets a younger chef.
Vittorio De Sica explores Italian romance past, present, and future in his award-winning film starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni.
“Marilyn’s Eyes” has occasional moments that are genuinely touching, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark as a socially conscious comedy.
A struggling family of bee farmers get the chance to represent their way of life on a TV competition show.
A needy young man with a penchant for baking finds himself newly single and in search of a home, and himself.
Ingrid Bergman experiences the land of God in Roberto Rossellini’s 1950 film.
Luchino Visconti’s second film follows a Sicilian fishing family who strives to rise up out of poverty, but face hardships at every turn.