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Isabel Losada


Cristina Favento (CF): I guess your positive and acting attitude is coming from that kind of experiences you lived and reported in your previous books like A Beginner’s Guide to Changing the World: For Tibet, with Love and The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment, can you give us a small “taste” about presenting them by […]

Kiyoshi Kurosawa


Kiyoshi Kurosawa is one of the best-known genre filmmakers that Japan has been exporting for years. Using intriguing, absorbing and enthralling topics, the fifty-year old-Kobe-born-director, has translated traditional Japanese features into international comprehensive elements. With success such as Kyua (Cure, 1997), Karisuma (Charisma, 1999) and Kairo (Pulse, 2001) he, very well, represents a generation of […]

Cheng Yu-Chieh

Do over

Jimmy Milanese (JM): Alla 21° Settimana internazionale della critica Cheng Yu-Chieh (Taiwan) presenta Yi Nian Zhi Chu — Do over. Cheng, this is a quite complex cut for you very first movie. Could you explain us where the idea come from? Cheng Yu Chien (CYC): The idea comes from many different places and, so to […]

Jean-Pascal Hattu

Ménage à trois

Jimmy Milanese (JM): Alle Giornate degli Autori, Jean-Pascal Hattu presenta il suo primo lungometraggio. Thank you Jean-Pascal for accepting the interview. More than for the dialogues, this movie is touching because of the sound of silent. It’s a kind of echo from your soul, isn’t it? Jean-Pascal Hattu (JPH): Yes, you are right; the film […]

Dito Montiel

A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints

Jimmy Milanese (JM): We are a web magazine, quite popular in northern Italy, and we are covering the festival, in particular the Settimana Internazionale della Critica. Thank you for accepting the invitation. Your first movie is really a touching about a boy trying to escape from his family, friends and? Dito Montiel (DM): Where is […]

Shinjuku Thief

Professor Verhagen

This is the orginal english version of the interview with Darrin Verhagen, the man be’ind the beautiful dark worlds of Shinjuku Thief. Fabrizio Garau (FG): You are a teacher. In Italy we don’t have teachers like you and we don’t have courses like yours. Please, tell me something about your lessons. Darrin Verhagen (DV): I […]


The Conqueror Worm

This is the original english version of the interview. Fabrizio Garau (FG): I think that “Scald” is the perfect moniker for your band. How did the idea come out? Paul McCarroll (PMC): When we were still doing T.V.P. we decided that it had developed way beyond what T.V.P. was all about which was crusty grind. […]

Plan E


This is the original version of the inteview. The italian version contains also a review. Fabrizio Garau (FG): Plan E are “Finland’s best kept secret”. So please present the band to Italian readers. Jani Lehtosaari (JN): Plan E is a unique and one-of-its-kind non-guitar dark rock band. The group was formed in May 1995 by […]



Fabrizio Garau (FG): It’s nice to listen to a new Manes record, even if it’s only an Extended Play: congratulations. What’s happened between 2003 and 2005? “Cern” Thor Helge Skei (C): Hello. We played a few live shows here in Norway, and have worked on some new stuff, sorting ideas, preparing for a new assault, […]



Fabrizio Garau (FG): Please, present the band to our readers. Oliver Pade (OP): We mix old medieval instruments with modern electronic music. This electronic is based on samples of our live instruments so it sounds like an orchestra of drums, percussions and old instruments playing hypnotic minimal patterns. Above this soundscape we sing with two […]