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All the Best of Titanus at the Film Society of Lincoln Center

Natasha Lardera

Starting on May 22, and ending on the 31, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents an all-Italian film series: Titanus, A Family Chronicle of Italian Cinema. Featuring works by...

Mia Madre: a Tale of Unconditional Love, Movie Sets and Loss

Natasha Lardera

Nanni Moretti's latest film “Mia Madre” in competition at Cannes tells the story of a film director having to deal with a dying mother and other crises. Starring Moretti...

IAWA-East Welcomes Susan Lembo Balik and George Guida on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at Sidewalk Cafe

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The Italian American Writers Association (iawa) presents Susan Lembo Balik and George Guida on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at Sidewalk Cafe, 94 Avenue A (6th St.) East Village, NYC;...

Tackling the Issue of Immigration with Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino

Natasha Lardera

Set to text by Neapolitan author Erri de Luca, and directed by actor and director Alessandro Gassmann, "Solo Andata" (One Way Ticket) is the latest video, for the song by the same...

THIS WEEKEND ON i-ItalyTV

The trailer - Airing this Saturday @11.30pm and Sunday @1pm with Renzo Piano, Stefano Albertini, Giuseppe and Francesca Lavazza, Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini, Centro Primo Levi on NYC Life - Ch 25 and 22 throughout the New York City metropolitan area

Lavazza Celebrates its 120th Birthday in New York

R. C.

Family-owned Italian coffee company Lavazza just turned 120. The event was celebrated with a gala held on May 14 in Manhattan’s hip Meatpacking district. Present were members of...

The Rebirth of Cinecittà. American Productions are Back!

Cinzia Gubbini

Interview with Chief executive officer di Cinecittà Studios spa, Giuseppe Basso. The Mecca of international film in the 50’s, once again attracts foreign productions,...

Family Secrets

George De Stefano

Penny Arcade draws on her shocking Italian discoveries for a new show

Guardando con Michelangelo Antonioni, By Renato Zacchia

A. V.

A photographic exhibition of 30 rare images (30x40” B/W and color prints) of Michelangelo Antonioni, during the shooting of one of his last documentaries (Sicily, 1997).

Is Italy Turning Racist?

Judith Harris

Is Italy showing signs of turning racist? The pressure of migration brings new stresses to a country which has had, until now, a proud history of open-mindedness. Because the...

The Treasure Hunt NYC: Lights, Camera, Action!

Get your cameras ready and start shooting Following the success of last year’s Italian Treasure Hunt, on the occasion of the celebrations for the Italian National Day 2015, the...

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