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“Italy's equivalent to the Academy Award including Mr. Tornatore's latest, "Baaria," which is up for four awards.”
“Venice Film Fest to open Sept. 2 with Tornatore's movie on his native Sicilian town Tornatore's 'Baaria' to open Venice Film FestROME - Organizers say this year's Venice Film Festival will open with "Baaria," a movie by Oscar-winning director Giuseppe Tornatore on his native Sicilian town.”
“Quinta was also a co-producer on "Baaria," and participation in what lenses in his Tunisian hubs is a key component of the Ben Ammar studio system.”
“Baaria" producer Giampaolo Letta recently enthused that he "never saw anything like it," referring to Tornatore's meticulous reconstruction of his native Sicilian village at de Ben”
“Ben Ammar's two other studios are the de Ben Arous facilities, built in 2007, where Italian helmer Giuseppe Tornatore shot his Sicilian epic "Baaria," and the Gammarth studios, which is”
“Festival will open with "Baaria," a movie by Oscar-winning director Giuseppe Tornatore on his native Sicilian town.”
“Oscar-winning Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore, limited after last year's big-budget bonanza "Baaria," turned to documentary making this year with a portrait of Italian cinematographer Goffredo Lombardo still in progress, to be shown out of competition.”
“Baaria", a big-budget, sentimental sweep through 20th century Sicily -- also Dolce's birthplace -- taking in fascism, war, communism and the Mafia.”
“They presented a mainly black, white and grey line, sending out models wearing knits over trousers that narrowed at the bottom, against a screen backdrop showing scenes of "Baaria".”
“Still no word on when "Baaria" will be coming to the US ... but in the meantime, let's enjoy a younger Monca in "Ostinato Destino.”
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