Cineforum – May 5th • IO E TE

Io e Te Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   The spirit of Italian New Wave cinema is revived in an apolitical form by Bernardo Bertolucci in this film. It’s an intimate, disorientating and highly charged encounter between half-siblings, who find themselves having to share a cramped basement flat which they cannot leave … Continue reading

A bit about the Italian actress, Paola Cortellesi

Italian film Scusate se esisto brings out controversial themes such as gender roles.  Architect Serena Bruna works at a restaurant in Rome.  After discovering a new architectural renovation project that she could work on, she happily threw in a bid.  However, in this male dominated field, taking on this project … Continue reading

Spring Cineforum Review

On Satruday April 25th, Sentieri held its Spring Cineforum.  A mix of Sentieri students and non-students came to watch Allacciate le cinture directed by Ferzan Ozpetek. Sentieri’s President, Daniela, started off the event with a brief presentation about the director, his films, and how Sentieri has screened some of his … Continue reading