DAFilms to host Roberto Minervini retrospective with live chat

    Visually immersive imagery and scenes from the dark side of modern-day America are what characterise the work by award-winning Italian filmmaker Roberto Minervini, who lives and works in the United States.

    This week DAFilms proudly present Roberto Minervini: Gonna Dig a Hole to Put the Devil In a new showcase of work by the Italian filmmaker Roberto Minervini, whose latest film What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire? won 5 awards at the Venice Film Festival. His Texas Trilogy and controversial film The Other Side (screened at Cannes), can be viewed online on DAFilms from 10 May. The programme will also coincide with an exclusive live stream chat with the director on 19 May moderated by Giona Nazzaro, artistic director of the Locarno Film Festival.

    Roberto Minervini: Gonna Dig a Hole to Put the Devil In

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