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Articles by: I. I.

  • Love for nature is what unites Gabriele Giugni, director for North America of the Italian environmental association Marevivo, and John F. Calvelli, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the Wildlife Conservation Society. They met during the NIAF convention last fall, and from that meeting a law proposal was born that will be shortly under discussion at the Italian parliament.
  • Events: Reports
    I. I.(May 26, 2016)
    For 16 years, Open Roads has proudly offered North American audiences the most diverse and extensive lineup of contemporary Italian film available. The 2016 edition (June 2-8) strikes a satisfying balance between emerging talents and esteemed veterans. The 16-film festival features seven North American premieres and a 40th-anniversary screening of Cannes Best Director winner Ettore Scola’s Ugly, Dirty and Bad in a new restoration.
  • A special series dedicated to the film work of iconic Italian actress Anna Magnani, May 18 – June 1. The 24-title retrospective will screen entirely on 35mm and 16mm.
  • It’s been an explosive week for i-Italy. First, the largest Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera runs an article about us in its weekly insert “Innovation.” Then, a long interview with i-Italy’s founders by journalist Goffredo Palmerini gets published in a host of Italian online sources in Italy and abroad—including America Oggi, the only Italian language daily paper in the U.S. Last but not least, the story reaches the American public through the websites of CNBC, The Boston Globe, and 197 other online American sources from Washington to the Silicon Valley and the Hawaii!
  • Events: Reports
    I. I.(April 26, 2016)
    Panorama Europe 2016, the eighth edition of the essential festival of new and vital European cinema, co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the members of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture), returns to the Museum and the Bohemian National Hall from May 6 through May 22 with a slate of nineteen exceptional new feature films.
  • "La Resistenza e la Repubblica sono diventati storia e identità del nostro popolo" dice il Presidente della Repubblica e cita lo statista Piero Calamandrei: "se volete andare nei luoghi dove è nata la nostra Repubblica, venite dove caddero i nostri giovani. Ovunque è morto un italiano per riscattare la dignità e la libertà, andate lì perché lì è nata la nostra Repubblica". Leggete l'intervento integrale
  • "La Resistenza e la Repubblica sono diventati storia e identità del nostro popolo" dice il Presidente della Repubblica e cita Piero Calamandrei "se volete andare nei luoghi dove è nata la nostra Repubblica, venite dove caddero i nostri giovani. Ovunque è morto un italiano per riscattare la dignità e la libertà, andate lì perché lì è nata la nostra Repubblica". Leggete l'intervento integrale del Presidente della Repubblica

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