80th Venice Film Festival: What to expect!

Cinephiles and fashion lovers, rejoice! That time of the year is almost here and in a couple days the 80th edition of the Venice Film Festival will officially start. And if you’re feeling a bit confused about all the movies and the celebrities that will be, fear not! This little guide is here to tell […]

Another Spring Love Story

The story begins like any other, but I would have debated otherwise a month ago. I’d say the story was written itself, by family, faith, love perhaps.Or more like me, and my strong desire for a story which reminded me of unconditional love. This tale begins in Rome, but it started somewhere far away. It’s […]

A Midsummer Day’s Dream

I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. At first I thought it was my imagination, but it was too vivid, too intense. All I know is that I laid my head down in the grass, fresh from the dew of the morning, just observing the clouds pass by me and the sun shining […]

Dreams, Horses, Kens: a comment on the real world through a bubble gum pink prism

  (Credit: IMDB) One of the hottest movie releases of this summer is “Barbie,” directed by Greta Gerwig (who is perfect for the project, considering her previous critically acclaimed coming-of-age works, “Lady Bird” and “Little Women”). For people who haven’t seen the trailer, the story follows Barbie (Margot Robbie) as she embarks on a journey […]

FRAMERATE: Scanning the Future of our Planet

There is a little island off the coast of the Lido of Venice: the Lazzaretto Vecchio. It is a short and sturdy structure made up of 16th century bricks, vines and solitary trees. An abandoned pirate cove stuck in the placid waters of the lagoon. However, the Lazzaretto Vecchio is not abandoned. Once boarded this […]