Dolce to sponsor gala opening for the New York City International Film Festival

  Dolce is set to sponsor this year’s black-tie gala opening night for the New York City International Film Festival.   NYCIFF is celebraing the eighth year with over 2,300 submissions from 34 countries. Said Valeria Silvestri, Managing Director of Dolce, “This is a wonderful opportunity for independent filmmakers to showcase their films in the media capital… Read More →

Dolce Set To Do Robust Business at the Cannes Film Market (Le Marche du Film)

  Dolce will once again be heading to the Cannes Film Market representing films from more than 12 countries. Valeria Silvestri, Managing Director of Dolce said “Cannes along with EFM are the two most important film markets there are. Cannes brings buyers from every market across the globe. Roberto Rizzo will be representing our films at Cannes… Read More →

The National Italian American Foundation’s Annual New York Gala

Dolce was on-hand to cover the National Italian American Foundation’s annual New York Gala at Cipriani in New York City. The foundation (NIAF) honored members from the Italian-American community including Anthony Scaramucci, SkyBridge Capital founder and advisor to President Donald J. Trump. Vincent A. Cino, Chairman, Jackson Lewis P.C., Cooking with Nonna host and author, Rossella Rago… Read More →

GLADIO Looking For Limited Television Series

Dolce is looking to set-up GLADIO as a limited television series from an original screenplay. Based on true events, Gladio is in the vein of “All The President’s Men” and “Spy Game” and the “The Best of Youth.”   The film centers on the relationship between the U.S and Italy where the operation was known as “Gladio,”… Read More →

Rosi’s ‘Fire at Sea’ is Italy’s Oscar contender

Gianfranco Rosi’s ‘Fuocoammare’ is Italy’s contender for the best foreign language film at the 2017 Oscars. The movie was selected on Monday from a field of seven by a committee at the offices of film industry association ANICA.   ‘Fuocoammare’ (Fire At Sea) is a documentary about Italian migrant stepping-stone island Lampedusa. It looks at the lives… Read More →

Shooting in Cinecittà, 70 years of Film – Part of Permanent Exhibit as Rome’s Studio City

  A new permanent exhibition chronicling 70 years of filmmaking history opens Saturday at Rome’s Cinecittà film studio complex. The eight-part exhibit titled Shooting in Cinecittà includes over 120 movies, 300 photos, costumes, set designs, and some 60 documentaries covering the decades from 1937-1990.   Beginning with historic and Fascist propaganda films from the late 1930s, the… Read More →

Italy’s Economy Falls by .5% over the last 15 Years – Why This Should Scare You

September 14, 2016 By William Medici   Luca Paolazzi, Chief Economist for Confidustria, the Italian industrial confederation, has reported what most of us already knew, that between 2000 and 2015 the Italian economy remained stagnant. It actually fell .5%, a significant number compared to other European nations. In the same period, France’s GDP grew by 18.5%, Germany’s… Read More →

Ambasciatore Usa: il «no» passo indietro. Di Maio duro (con gaffe)

«L’Italia `e un paese di G7 e un partner fondamentale all’interno dell’economia globale,`e nel nostro interesse di influenzare questi affari». William Medici.   John R. Phillips, U.S. Ambassador to Italy   September 13, 2016 By Il Sole 24 Ore   Se al referendum sulla riforma della Costituzione vincessero i “No” l’Italia farebbe «un grosso passo indietro». Lo… Read More →

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