Gianfranco Rosi
"Fire at Sea" director Gianfranco Rosi's latest documentary follows the pope during his travels to 53 countries over the past decade.
Venice: Gianfranco Rosi turns his camera from refugees and war to arguably the most famous and influential man on earth.
Gianfranco Rosi's critically acclaimed portrait of the aftermath of war is Italy's official entry to the 93rd Academy Awards.
After filming refugees in the Oscar-nominated doc "Fire at Sea," Gianfranco Rosi wanted to capture the places people were leaving behind.
Venice: Gianfranco Rosi's hypnotic new work is less a film about life during wartime than the life that subsequently follows it.
Dr. Pietro Bartolo has dedicated his life to addressing the migrant crisis. The success of "Fire at Sea" changed everything for him.
Late-breaking hit "I Am Not Your Negro" nips at the heels of another film about race in America, Ezra Edelman's controversial epic feature about O.J. Simpson.
The Italian filmmaker breaks down the cinematography of his Oscar nominated documentary.
The film also won the Golden Bear in Berlin earlier this year.
The process of choosing nine foreign films that will vie for the Oscar is almost as complex as the Presidential election.
Streep introduced the film at a special screening, hailing it as "unavoidable."
With his new film about the European refugee crisis gaining critical acclaim, it's time to become familiar with Italy's best kept secret.
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