by Luca Ciriello
Idrissa Koné, aka Birco Clinton, lives in an asbestos container in the eastern suburbs of Naples and has a dream: to become the king of the coupé décalé music in Europe. To be able to succeed he has created L’Armée Rouge, a band of boys from the Ivory Coast that supports him and helps him to organize his parties.
by Doriana Monaco
An account from an inside source of one of the most important archeological museums in the world: the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, a place where the humanity that has created a priceless heritage over the centuries meets the current humanity that makes every effort to preserve it.
Rose Stone Star
by Marcello Sannino
A daily struggle, an endless effort day after scraping a living by having to exploit the immigrants who populate the maze of backstreets of Naples’s historic centre; a circle of hell where you can only get a resident’s permit if you are willing to pay to work.
Ponticelli terra buona
by the students of FILMaP - Atelier Di Cinema del Reale di Napoli
The humanity of the stories and the beauty of the landscapes intersect: a transversal look at an apparently unchanging territory, rich in stories, relationships and communities, ideas and energies.
How To Write I Love You In Korean
by Giovanni Piperno
Adele has one true love in life: Jennie, the young Korean singer who is very popular all over the world. When Jennie announces on her social profile she’s coming to Naples, Adele convinces her friends to skip school for a desperate and comic search for the singer in the streets of the city.
Up to down
by Nazareno Manuel Nicoletti
In the heart of the desolate east of Naples, the lives of a man marked with his desire to go elsewhere, a girl who returns home to her parents, a masked boxer locked in a room, where he trains, eats, sleeps.
by Marcello Sannino
"Who wants to know the Neapolitan populace really in all its habits between its virtues and its vices come to the Porta Capuana, the universal theater, the Cosmopolis of our people. Here there is neither night nor day”.
Open to the Public
by Silvia Bellotti
The world of bureaucracy as a stage, where the employees of a public office grapple with a daunting task: getting the chaotic lives of users to mesh with the"perfect" gears of bureaucracy.
by Ylenia Azzurretti
The rediscovery of one of Southern Italy’s major rivers, through the eyes of those close to it. Unlike its presumed image, changed, and somehow forgotten, the river Volturno flows, the world's last poem.
Sub tuum praesidium
by Carlo Manzo and Francesco Romano
A year in the life of an elderly family in a small town in the shadow of Monte Somma. An everyday life made of situations that are repeated as in a ritual. As long as two events do not break the illusory calm.
Notes About My Family
by Caterina Biasiucci
Through a synthesis of family archive images and places of today, intimacy and sweetness, conflicts of feelings that change in time an distance, the narration touchs the possible variations of the love discourse.
It Can’t Always Be Summer
by Margherita Panizon and Sabrina Iannucci
“It can’t always be summer" is a documentary that examines the development of a group of teenage kids from the outskirts of Naples and their involvement in a theatre group.
by Francesco Di Leva
What is the thirst for power? A crucifix or instinct of human nature? What can two criminals get obsessed with the pervert of scorn and the fear of not being the strongest when they defeated all the other beings in the world? Always win at all conditions until you have more battles to fight.
by Elisa Flaminia Inno
What is religion today? In Pagani, a small town around Vesuvio, a community of devotees to The Lady of the Hens keep ancient pagan traditions alive adapting them to a contemporary way.
by Agostino Ferrente and Giovanni Piperno
Naples 1999-2009. What were the dreams of Neapolitan children? What happened to a dream when hopes are so few? Sadness, beauty and irony of the city in a film that recounts of the effort to become adult through the eyes of the kids.
The children of the popular neighborhoods in Naples collect Christmas trees to celebrate the ritual of the bonfire of Saint Anthony. The vitality of a generation that finds its identity in obeying a law that no one has written.
by Marcello Sannino
It’s the Gerardo Marotta passionate life’s story, the president of italian institute for philosophical studies and a contemporary humanist. A struggle for social justice and the study as a crucial point for the evolution of the human being.
by Marcello Sannino
Ciro is a young boxer who lives in Naples. The movie recounts the silences, the breathing, the bodies, the rings, Ciro’s tenderness in contrast to the bluntness of the boxing world.
by Gianluca Loffredo
The travel diary on a cargo ship, an escape from the mainland where memories return stronger than ever. A journey within a feeling common to every human being: the desire to feel elsewhere.
La fabbrica incerta
by Luca Rossomando
The everyday life inside and outside a car factory through the voices of eight workers: the weight of the economic crisis, the expectations and disappointments, the passions and the desires of everyone.
by Ivano De Simone and Mimmo Mocerino
The life of the Neapolitan artist told through his voice and those of insiders close to him. An exciting glimpse of the artist's approach to the city and his work.
Ars in the tube
by Antonio Leto
The installation of the Salvator Rosa stop of the famous stations of the art of the Naples Metro. A reflection on the marriage between art and public work.
by Giulio Arcopinto and Antonella Di Nocera
A van crosses the province of Naples to project films for free. Told by the itinerant projectionist this is the story of ordinary people, small towns, love for cinema.
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