here is Made in Italy, with over 100 films also on demand!

Sky Cinema, through the always welcome 'Collection' review, is preparing to celebrate Italian cinema with a rich collection of over 100 films signed and starring the great names of our cinema, many of which are nominated for the 2021 David di Donatello.

From Saturday 8 to Friday 21 May, Sky Cinema Made in Italy will be available on Sky and on demand on Now: not to be missed, premiered on Saturday 8 May at 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Due, I Predatori by Pietro Castellitto, nominated for four David di Donatello and Orizzonti Prize at the Venice Film Festival 2020, and premiered on Thursday 20 May at 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Two Do not hate, winner of the Francesco Pasinetti Award at the 2020 Venice Film Festival, with Alessandro Gassman protagonist of the film that marks Mauro Mancini's directorial debut.

Among the titles in the programming, candidates for the David di Donatello also I wanted to hide by Giorgio Rights (15 nominations) with Elio Germano, awarded the Silver Bear in Berlin, in the role of the painter Antonio Ligabue; Hammamet by Gianni Amelio (14 nominations), in which Pierfrancesco Favino, awarded with the Nastro d'Argento 2020; Bad Tales (13 nominations) with Elio Germano, the black tale of the D'Innocenzo brothers, awarded in Berlin 2020 and with 5 Silver Ribbons; the biopic of Susanna Nicchiarelli Miss Marx (11 nomination); The best years by Gabriele Muccino (3 nominations) with Pierfrancesco Favino, Micaela Ramazzotti, Kim Rossi Stuart and Claudio Santamaria; Tolo Tolo (3 nominations), directed and starring Checco Zalone and written with Paolo Virzì.

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These and many other titles, including you still talk to me about Pupi Avati and My name is Francesco Totti, will all also be available in the on demand collection.

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