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Parliamone is a roundtable launched by Netflix Italia, which sees various figures discussing a key theme, namely that of representation in the media. This topic is becoming more and more central to debates by the day, and is one, on which the platform has proven to have a clear position. An interesting discussion arises, which is worth watching. How to represent all the nuances of Italy today in films and series? What are the most absurd prejudices that Afro-descendant Italians, of Asian or Arab origin have to deal with? And how to overcome them? This documentary invited Adrian Fartade, Coco Rebecca Edogamhe, Momoka Banana, Haroun Fall and Beatrice Bruschi for the first episode of Parliamone moderated by Sumaya Abdel Qader.
Cinematografo.it: Jonas Carpignano presents A Chiara
(Valerio Sammarco 9/7/2021)

The director is back to the Cannes Quinzaine with his new film, the third chapter of the trilogy set in Gioia Tauro (Calabria): “This time I tell the story of the underworld, the people involved in the underground economy created by the mafia”

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LINK MAGAZINE: The New Italian Teen Movie and its Stars
(Rocco Moccagatta 17/04/2021)

In recent years, thanks to cinemas and on-demand, there has been a renewed Italian attention to the stories of teenagers as protagonists!

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Vanity Fair: «Carosello Carosone» e gli altri: largo ai giovani
(Mario Manca 19 marzo 2021)
Eduardo Scarpetta and Ludovica Martino in «Carosello Carosone» to Greta Ferro in «Made in Italy»; Valentina Romani, Nicolas Maupas and Giacomo Giorgio in “Mare Fuori” to Giulia Dragotto in “Anna”: long live the TV that looks at young people!
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