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Black Souls, a dark mafia thriller from Italian filmmaker Francesco Munzi, is coming to UK cinemas this October
Tried and Tested
Watch Italian gothic satire Blood of my Blood at the London Film Festival, from director Marco Bellocchio
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The next BFI London cinema season explores the works of one of the great directors of post-war neorealism, Italian director Vittorio de Sica.
Antonioni film The Eclipse (1962), a sumptuously-shot exploration of love, materialism and alienation in Rome starring Monica Vitti & Alain Delon is being re-released by the BFI.
Highlights from the BFI film season include Umberto D., Vittorio de Sica's late and most highly prided work.
Highlights from the BFI film season include The Bicycle Thieves, Vittorio de Sica's harrowing film about corruption and injustice.
Highlights from the BFI film season include The Bicycle Thieves, Vittorio de Sica's canonical work of Italian neorealism and poverty.
Highlights from the BFI film season include Miracle in Milan, Vittorio de Sica's 1951 comic parable.
The 2014 winner of The Grand Jury Prize and nominated for the Palme: Cannes movie The Wonders is an Italian film with a great deal of heart.