Piove wins the 2022 Caligari Prize

8 December 2022|

The film by Paolo Strippoli earns the award for Best Italian Noir Film. Cinecittà News confers a Special Mention on Una femmina by Francesco Costabile […]

Light and shadows

8 December 2022|

Two female authors present their latest novels at the Rizzoli Bookshop: Cinzia Bomoll, with La ragazza che non c’era, and Marìa Oruña, with Lo que la marea esconde. An article by Ariel Conta […]

You don’t say ‘no’ to Scerbanenco

7 December 2022|

Paolo Bacilieri, the artist behind the poster for the 2022 Noir in Festival, presented his new graphic novel, Venere Privata, based on Scerbanenco’s first novel featuring Duca Lamberti. The poster was a commission he couldn’t refuse. Article by Ariel Conta […]

Mythologies and miracles

6 December 2022|

At the Rizzoli Bookshop, Gianfranco Giagni, curator of the Italian edition, and filmmaker Davide Ferrario talk about The Unthinking Lobster, aka Miracolo a Hollywood, a play by Orson Welles. Article by Vittoria Villa […]

A Brasher Doubloon goes to Harlan Coben

5 December 2022|

On the day Italy’s highest honor for lifetime achievement by a master of the literary thriller and noir genre, the Raymond Chandler Award, goes to Harlan Coben, the Festival has released the statement […]

Quentin, such sweet memories

5 December 2022|

Photo by Aldo Umicini Davide Rapp and Michele Boroni re-evoke a heady season: the 1992 Noir in Festival and the revelation of Tarantino and his Reservoir Dogs in competition that year. The evening event this year celebrated that edition and ended with a message for Noir from the filmmaker, now firmly installed in the movie hall of fame. An article by Vittoria Villa […]

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