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Cinema Made in Italy returns to Ciné Lumière from 1 – 5 March 2017.

This 7th edition of the festival brings a brand new array of cinematic delights, with an alluring line-up of recent Italian productions, including Q&A sessions with the film-makers.

The five-day annual event is organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà, in collaboration with Ciné Lumière and with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute in London.

 

7 minuti + Q&A

Wednesday 1 March

Intro and Q&A with Clémence Poésy (actress), Ambra Angiolini – TBC (actress), Cristiana Capotondi (actress)

Ears + Q&A

Orecchie+ Q&A

Thursday 2 March

Intro and Q&A with Alessandro Aronadio (director)

Pericles the Black + Q&A

Pericles il nero + Q&A

Thursday 2 March

Intro and Q&A with Stefano Mordini – TBC (director) and Riccardo Scamarcio (actor)

The Confessions + Q&A

Le confessioni + Q&A

Friday 3 March

Intro and Q&A with Roberto Andò (director)

In guerra per amore + Q&A

In guerra per amore + Q&A

Friday 3 March

Intro and Q&A with Pierfrancesco Diliberto aka Pif (director and writer) and Michele Astori (writer)

Slam + Q&A

Slam- Tutto per una ragazza + Q&A

Saturday 4 March

Intro and Q&A with Irene Dionisio (director)

Pawn Streets + Q&A

Pawn streets- Le ultime cose + Q&A

Saturday 4 March

Intro and Q&A with Irene Dionisio (director)

Vangelo + Q&A

Vangelo + Q&A

Sunday 5 March

Intro and Q&A with Pippo Delbono (director and actor)

I Was a Dreamer + Q&A

I Was a Dreamer- Il più grande sogno + Q&A

Sunday 5 March

Intro and Q&A with Michele Vannucci (director) and Mirko Frezza (actor)

Enter the competition and win 2 tickets for this film

Sunday 5 March special screening The Battle of Algiers 2pm

in French, Arabic & English with EN subs

director Gillo Pontecorvo, with Brahim Hadjadj, Jean Martin, Yacef Saadi

For its 50th anniversary The Battle of Algiers comes out in a restored print shown for the first time in the UK. A film subsidised by the Algerian government, it follows the country’s fight for independence from colonial France, reconstructing the main political events that took place in Algiers between 1954 and 1957.

Preceded by an introduction with the film director’s son, Marco Pontecorvo

Cinema Made In Italy 2017

COMPETITION: Win tickets to experience a little bit of Italy with Cinema Made in Italy and the film Il più grande sogno

 

 

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2016 marks the sixth year of Cinema Made in Italy, an annual festival of Italian contemporary cinema, organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà, in collaboration with Ciné Lumière and with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute in London.

This year’s edition showcases nine titles selected by film experts Giorgio Gosetti and Adrian Wootton, reflecting the best of Italian production, from Anna by Giuseppe Gaudino which won Valeria Golino a Coppa Volpi for Best Actress at Venice Film Festival to Wondrous Boccaccio by Masters Taviani Brothers, freely inspired by The Decameron. Other highlights include The First Light by Vincenzo Marra starring Riccardo Scamarcio, Claudio Cupellini’s romance The Beginners with 2010 Cannes Best Actor Elio Germano and this year’s Italian entry for Oscars, Don’t Be Bad by Claudio Caligari.

To top it all off, directors and actors will attend on stage Q&As after the screenings.

Programme

Anna (Per amor vostro)
Thursday 10 March, 6.15pm

First Light (La prima luce)
Friday 11 March, 6.20pm

The Beginners (Alaska)
Friday 11 March, 8.50pm

Wondrous Boccacio (Maraviglioso Bocaccio)

Saturday 12 March, 6.00pm

God Willing (Se Dio vuole)
Saturday 12 March, 8.50pm

Don’t Be Bad (Non essere cattivo)
Sunday 13 March, 4.30pm

They Call Me Jeeg Robot (Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot)
Sunday 13 March, 7.30pm

Long Live the Bride (Viva la sposa)
Monday 14 March, 6.30pm

Chlorine (Cloro)
Monday 14 March, 8.40pm

Venue: French Institute, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT

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Cinema Made in Italy 2014 will kick off on 5 March at Ciné Lumière, celebrating its fourth edition. The event, which has become an annual rendezvous, is organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà/ Filmitalia and the Italian Cultural Institute and offers a 5-day showcase of the best recent Italian productions.

 

 

The Third Half
Wed 05 Mar     8.50pm + Q&A
Viva la liberta’
Wed 05 Mar     6.30pm + Q&A
Border
Thu 06 Mar     6.30pm + Q&A
The Referee
Thu 06 Mar     8.50pm + Q&A
The Human Factor
Fri 07 Mar     6.30pm + intro & Q&A
The First Snow
Fri 07 Mar     8.50pm + intro & Q&A
Off Road
Sat 08 Mar     4.00pm + Q&A
Those Happy Years
Sat 08 Mar     6.30pm + intro & Q&A
How Strange to Be Named Federico!
Sat 08 Mar     8.50pm + intro
The Fifth Wheel
Sun 09 Mar     5.00pm + Q&A
Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot
Sun 09 Mar     7.30pm + Q&A

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Date: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 – Sunday, March 09, 2014

Ciné Lumière, 17 Queensberry Place, London, SW7 2DT.

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The third edition of Cinema Made in Italy offers a 5-day showcase of the best recent Italian productions. The festival’s programme includes 10 brand new Italian films: a selection of eight titles made by Gianni Canova, Italian film critic, Professor of Cinema History and Dean of IULM University in Milan, and a special choice of two films by Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London. Four of these films are French-Italian coproductions, highlighting the long history of fruitful cinematic collaboration between France and Italy.

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The screenings will be followed by Q&A sessions with directors and actors. This is a unique chance to see Italian films that have not yet had exposure in the UK and a rare opportunity to catch up with brand new, cutting edge Italian cinema.www.filmitalia.org

Read more: Italian Cultural Institute

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Cinema Made in Italy
Fri 9 – Thu 15 Mar

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Ciné Lumière is proud to host the second annual edition of the Italian Film Festival, with its new evocative title Cinema Made in Italy, organised by the Italian Cultural Institute and Cinecittà Luce. The launch week, from 8 to 15 March, will feature no less than 13 outstanding films at Ciné Lumière, most of them UK premieres, a wildly diverse selection that ranges from the science fiction drama The Last Man on Earth to the bittersweet teen romance Summer of Giacomo. Eight films have been chosen by Paolo Mereghetti, one of the foremost film critics, and two by Adrian Wooton, Chief Executive of Film London. For the rest of the month, screenings of Italian films on the theme of sport, in honour of the Olympic year, will take place in the Georgian splendour of the Italian Cultural Institute itself.

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Continue on : Institut Francais

Full programme: Italian Cultural Institute

 

 

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