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  • What are the consequences of the cut of public funds on the national Cinema industry in Italy? We asked Mrs. Viviana del Bianco, the organizer of the NICE (New Italian Cinema Events) Festival, during the press conference inaugurating its 2009 edition. Find in the article information about the movies running this year. Among them, Viola di Mare by Donatella Maiorca was presented at the Italian Cultural Institute of NY on November 10th, 2009
  • “Instant Book is a census of sorts, a snapshot of Italian artists under the age of 45 who have chosen to live and work in New York, and who have brought their imaginations here and derive their primary source of inspiration from this city,” says Renato Miracco, director of the Italian Cultural Institute in New York and a key supporter of the initiative. The project was realized in collaboration with Charta Art Books and presented first at the Venice Biennale followed by a large group show of the participants’ work in New York.
  • Renato Miracco: Due anni di energia
    (November 14, 2009)
    "I’m really proud to have spent eight to ten hours a day revitalizing an institute, revitalizing the Italian image in America", said Renato Miracco on his last day as Director of of the Italian Cultural Institute of New York. Here you can find the English translation of the video we shoot at the Institute. i-Italy wishes him the best in his commitment to promote the Italian culture at the highest levels.
  • “I only see beauty. And the beauty is only beauty and nothing else, whether it be a beautiful bag, or a beautiful piece of wood, iron or something else… Every painting I do, with whatever material, you can be sure it’s perfect for me. Perfect in form and in space. Form and space are the essential qualities that really count” Alberto Burri
  • NYC. Italian National Holiday with Fiat 500
    Cipriani was again the venue for this year’s celebration of Italy's National Day, the most important event of the year for the Italian community with more than a thousand guests in attendance. Consulate General Talò and his family arrived at Cipriani Wall Street in a Fiat Cinquecento
  • Set in a little village in the Apulia Region, Altamura, “Focaccia Blues” tells the story of a bakery that puts a recently opened Mc Donald’s out of business. The American preview will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute on June 5, 6 pm