A Ciambra review – the untold human tale in its own raw language

Jonas Carpignano's innovative take on the coming-of-age genre follows the life of Pio in a Gypsy community of southern Italy. By Mirianna la Grasta


I Medici: Masters of Florence – A REVIEW – L’ItaloEuropeo – Independent Magazine in London

by Mirianna la Grasta Sitting in an endless and luxuriant vineyard, Oscar-winning actor Dustin Hoffman looks more Italian than he actually is. “What a beauty,” he murmurs while enjoying the breath-taking view of Florence and a bunch of Tuscan red grapes. In the new historical drama I Medici: Masters of Florence, Hoffman plays Giovanni de’Medici, the…... Continue Reading →

Oh Wonder at the Forum

by Mirianna la Grasta When speaking about live performances, Oh Wonder, the alt-pop duo from South East London, immediately shows its mettle. If there is a thing Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht perfectly know is how to connect with their public. And this is exactly what they did last week at the O2 Forum,... Continue Reading →

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