The last time ever

Anna must say goodbye. The lines between reality and memory are blurring in “Der Maulbeerbaum” (“The Mulberry Tree”), a short film by Cornelia Schöpf and Federico Campana. A visit to the film set in Andrian/Andriano.

The fine line between good and evil

Prize-winning director Giorgio Diritti has an eclectic range, depicting everything from Italian painter Antonio Ligabue to his latest project about the “Kinder der Landstrasse” programme in Switzerland. Lubo was shot in Malga Fane. We met the director and his team last November to find out more.

“Some things simply must be said out loud”

The biopic Persona non grata by Antonin Svoboda is a drama on structural power abuse, sexual violence, and transgenerational trauma inspired by former alpine ski racer Nicola Werdenigg. TAKE has sat down with Antonin Svoboda to talk about his approach and the challenges he has faced. Also present: leading actress Gerti Drassl and Svoboda’s daughter, actress Maya Unger.

It’s A Small World

Rockets, no-smoking carriages, and cinnamon rolls: from late August to mid-September, the crew of the newest film adaptation of the children’s classic The Flying Classroom was busy in the Vinschgau area in South Tyrol/Südtirol. A visit to the film set on the last day of shooting in Glurns/Glorenza.

A girl, a deer and… what’s love?

A traumatic childhood, domestic violence and tensions all feature in Francesco Jost’s Deer Girl. The Italian-Swiss movie was filmed in and around Fortezza

From street urchin to Nobel Prize winner

Hill of Vision finds America in South Tyrol and tells the extraordinary story of Mario Capecchi.

Back to Basics

Francesco Lettieri tells the story of young man who has lost his way. A visit to Lovely Boy’s South Tyrolean set.

A bold cinematic debut, a tender adoption story

An example of a low-friction Italian-Latvian co-production, courtesy of European networking and funding structures: Linda Olte’s Sisters.