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Roman Tales (1955) is an Italian comedy drama film, directed by Gianni Franciolini (Ferdinando I, re di Napoli, Le signorine dello 04). Franciolini’s career was cut short when he sadly passed away on 1st January 1960, just 49.
Published in Film

The highs, lows, and indifferences of the 1990 World Cup, as broadcast on the morning of Boxing Day of 1990.

Published in Video of the Week
Tuesday, 01 June 2021 18:53

Scudetto Cagliari 1969-70

The Great History of Italian Football. The Deserved Scudetto for Cagliari. This is a film about that championship.

Published in Video of the Week
Tuesday, 01 June 2021 18:33

Il Posto


In 1961 Italy was rebuilding her economy after the Second World War, like a lot of Western Europe, and with Milan seen as a beacon of hope due to their upturn in manufacturing, opportunities were being created and companies were crying out for young blood.  

Published in Film

Celebrating its 60th anniversary, the Euro 2020 tournament is almost underway with all the groups announced and line-ups from various countries also being announced left, right and centre.

Published in Sport
Sunday, 25 April 2021 12:56

The Heat Inc, self-titled Debut EP

The Heat Inc has released a dynamic and boisterous EP, that is bound to get your blood racing and your feet pounding.

Published in Music

Paolo Rossi, a football player that will always be emblematic of the magic of the game.

Published in Sport
Monday, 14 December 2020 16:53

Paolo Rossi | One to Eleven | FIFA World Cup Film

Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid. July 11th, 1982. A place and date that Paolo Rossi will never forget.

Published in Video of the Week
Sunday, 20 September 2020 16:48

50 Most Shocking Moments in World Cup History

Are you a huge soccer/football/futbol fan? Check out these 50 most shocking and crazy moments from World Cup history. What do you think is most shocking?

Published in Video of the Week

L’immortale (The Immortal) is a spin-off from Sky Atlantic’s Gomorrah, which is loosely based on Italian writer and Napolitano Roberto Saviano’s nonfiction book Gomorrah (March 2006), an investigative tome that under-covered in detail the workings of the criminal organisation, Camorra of Naples. The book led to a play then a film (both in 2008), then to a TV series (2014), co-created by Savino. The TV series bears no resemblance to the book, film, or the play.

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