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COMPETITION – Win tickets to experience a little bit of Italy with Vue Fulham Broadway and the box office hit Quo Vado?

COMPETITION – Win tickets to experience a little bit of Italy with Vue Fulham Broadway and the box office hit Quo Vado?

Vue Entertainment is offering the chance for you and a friend to go to an exclusive screening of the Italian box office sensation, Quo Vado? at Vue Fulham Broadway cinema.   Quo Vado? overtook Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the most viewed film of all time in Italian theaters with more than 9 million film fans turning out and now…

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Italian Cinema workshop @ Italian Cultural Institute

Italian Cinema workshop @ Italian Cultural Institute

Italian Cinema workshop: part 3 After the success of our last cinema workshops, this third part is intended to present the Italian cinema through the eye of the women. Italian women directors, actresses and stories will be presented in our new workshop. This short-course is designed for intermediate and upper-intermediate students of Italian. The aim of this course is to…

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A summer of Italian cinema

A summer of Italian cinema

A summer of events and films at the Italian Cultural Institute  and Riverside studios in London, here a short list of movies you can watch this summer. Wednesday, July 16, 2014 THE HUMAN CARGO, by Daniele Vicari – Raindance Film Festival – Italian films selection In 1991, the cargo ship Vlora made port in Albania. 50,000 desperate Albanians descended on…

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Italian cinema in London: Paolo Virzì

Italian Cinema London is proud to present a retrospective of the work of Paolo Virzì, one of Italy’s best-regarded contemporary film directors. Hailed as a major heir of the Italian comedy film tradition, Virzì has mastered the art of using tragi-comic characters and outlandish situations to make serious comments on modern-day Italy and its social issues. His interesting and varied…

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Riverside Studios: Nanni Moretti retrospective

Italian Cinema London presents Nanni Moretti Retrospective Thursday 12 to Sunday 15 April Italian director Nanni Moretti, president of the jury for this year’s Cannes Film Festival, highlights include The Son’s Room, winner of the Palme d’Or in 2001, and The Caiman, inspired by anti-Berlusconi feelings it is believed that this film influenced the outcome of the 2006 Italian General Election. Read…

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