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Antonio Monda and his new role as Artistic Director of Festa del Cinema di Roma

Antonio Monda, Italian writer, film director, essayist, and professor at New York University talks about his with the director of Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Stefano Albertini about his new role as Artistic Director of Festa del Cinema di Roma.

Antonio Monda and his new role as Artistic Director of Festa del Cinema di Roma

Antonio Monda, Italian writer, film director, essayist, and professor at New York University talks about his with the director of Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Stefano Albertini about his new role as Artistic Director of Festa del Cinema di Roma.

Italian Fascism's Empire Cinema: an interview with Ben-Ghiat

Professor and author Ruth Ben-Ghiat talks about her new book titled Italian Fascism's Empire Cinema with Stefano Albertini at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò. As seen on i-ItalyTV Every Sunday @1pm airing on NYC Life (Channel 25) Visit us at http://www.iitaly.org

Vanni S.F. Bookstore - Part 2

Vanni Bookstore re-opens its doors after 20 years as "a pop-up bookstore and cultural space" under the auspices of Centro Primo Levi. Interviews by Stefano Albertini. Airing every Saturday @11.30pm and Sunday @1pm on NYC Life - Ch 25 and 22 throughout the New York City metropolitan area. www.i-italy.org

Vanni S.F. Bookstore - Part 1

Vanni Bookstore re-opens its doors after 20 years as "a pop-up bookstore and cultural space" under the auspices of Centro Primo Levi. Interviews by Stefano Albertini.

Ota Benga - A Conversation with Antonio Monda

A conversation between Professor Stefano Albertini and Antonio Monda, Italian writer, essayist, and professor, author of Ota Benga (2015). As seen on i-ItalyTV Every Sunday @1pm airing on NYC Life (Channel 25) Visit us at http://www.iitaly.org

Gianni Amelio. Movies, and Everything After

A conversation between Oscar-nominated director Gianni Amelio and professor Stefano Albertini, For i-ItalyTV, at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU). With Antonio Monda, Letizia Airos. On the occasion of Open Roads Festival at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. As seen on i-ItalyTV Every Sunday @1pm airing on NYC Life (Channel 25) Visit us at http://www.iitaly.org

Walter Veltroni Talks about His Film "Quando c'era Berlinguer" (When Berlinguer Was With Us)

A conversation for i-ItalyTV between Veltroni and Stefano Albertini, Director of Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, New York University. The conversation aired in May 2014 in our TV show "i-ItalyNY" on NYCTV (Channel 25, in the New York City metropolitan area and part of NY, NJ, and CT).

Genius Albertini Book A Biography Through Images

Review by Stefano Albertini. "The Great Beauty"

The Great Beauty (Italian: La grande bellezza) is a 2013 Italian film directed by Paolo Sorrentino. The film has been selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards and was nominated. Review by professor Stefano Albertini (Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò)

i-Movie: Caesar Must Die

i-Movie: The Best Offer

New York. Open Roads 2012. Lunch with Italian Filmakers

New York. Restaurant Barbetta, lunch with the Italian filmakers of Open Roads Festival. Interviews with Stefano Albertini, Antonio Monda, Riccardo Viale, Richard Pena, Ferzan Opzetek, Daniele Vicari, Ivan Cotroneo, Andrea Segre, Francesco Bruni, Marina Spada, Open Roads: New Italian Cinema has been organized by The Film Society of Lincoln Center together with Istituto Luce-Cinecittà-Filmitalia and the support of Ministero per i Beni e le Attivitá Culturali (Direzione Generale per il Cinema) in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, the Alexander Bodini Foundation, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimó and Antonio Monda, Ministero per i Beni e le Attivitá Culturali, Italian Cultural Institute of New York, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò

Erri De Luca. NYC. The Day Before Happiness

Erri De Luca meets i-Italy before his book presentation @ Rizzoli in New York. Intervieweed by Francesca Giuliani and Letizia Airos for www.i-Italy.org

The Towers, the Portico and the Farm

Exhibition on view at NYU's Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò through October 21, 2011.

Turturro's 'Passion' for Napoli

The Italian-American director speaks of "Passion", his latest film, during Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe's visit to NYU

Fred Gardaphe reviews "From Sardi's to Sicily. The Biography of Marilyn Monroe"

Fred Gardaphe reviews "From Sardi's to Sicily. The Biography of Marilyn Monroe". A different story by Nancy Maniscalco Miracle

"Learn Sicilian" by Gaetano Cipolla

Fred Gardaphe reviews "Learn Sicilia" by Gaetano Cipolla

"The Italian Americans: A History". Maria Laurino & Fred Gardaphe

Fred Gardaphe interviews Maria Laurino author of “The Italian Americans: A History” the companion book to the PBS series illuminates an important, overlooked part of American history. Interview for i-ItalyTV. As seen on i-ItalyTV Every Sunday @1pm airing on NYC Life (Channel 25) Visit us at http://www.iitaly.org

Celebrating 25 years of Bordighera Press

25 years of Bordighera Press, a non-profit publisher of Italian-American literature. Based in New York City, Bordighera Press has earned an international presence as the foremost publisher of Italianità in North America. Letizia Airos interviews its three founders, Anthony Tamburri, Fred Gardaphe, and Paolo Giordano.

Eat Now Talk Later

Fred Gardaphe reviews "Eat now, talk later" by James Vescovi

Maryann Maisano

Professor Fred Gardaphe interviews writer Maryann Maisano

A Tear and a tear in my Heart

Fred Gardaphe reviews a book by Bernard Bruno

Pioneering Italian American Culture

Fred Gardaphe reviews Pioneering Italian American Culture

Siciliana

Fred Gardaphe reviews "Siciliana" by Gaetano Cipolla

Fred Gardaphe Dog Killer Utica

Fred Gardaphe Gulliver

Professor Fred Gardaphe. Guidos & Italian-Americans

Dialogue and Debate: Not Denigration and Dismissal.

Celebrating 25 years of Bordighera Press

25 years of Bordighera Press, a non-profit publisher of Italian-American literature. Based in New York City, Bordighera Press has earned an international presence as the foremost publisher of Italianità in North America. Letizia Airos interviews its three founders, Anthony Tamburri, Fred Gardaphe, and Paolo Giordano.

Stati Zita Josie and Teeny Tiny Tino's Fishing Story by Rachel Guido de Vries

Professor Anthony Tamburri reviews two books for children.

Here In Cerchio

Anthony Tamburri reivews Here in Cerchio by Costance Sancetta

A Season in Florida

Anthony Tamburri reviews a book by Emanuele Pettner

Anthony Tamburri Diaspora

Tamburri DelBianco

Anthony Tamburri Italoamericana

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