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  • Mulberry Street in the early 20th century, a central street in Manhattan's Little Italy
    An Italian TV station makes a show that looks for ‘pure Italians,’ starting from their food choices. The result? Presumption, arrogance and lack of knowledge.
  • A frame from 'Franca: Chaos and Creation,' a tribute to his mother Franca Sozzani by Italian Director Francesco Carrozzini
    This fall, the New Italian Cinema Events film festival program boasts 27 years in the U.S. with its annual landmark film festival. New York, November 14 - 17, 2017. This year’s New York itinerary premieres downtown at NYU Casa Italiana Zerrilli-Marimò, with a screening of Francesco Carrozzini’s Franca: Chaos and Creation on Tuesday, Nov. 14 (6pm). The documentary serves as a tribute by Carrozzini to his mother Franca Sozzani, the late, pioneering Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Italia.
  • Main characters of the Netflix series "Suburra." From left to right: Aureliano "Numero 8" Adami (Alessandro Borghi), Gabriele "Lele" Marchilli(Eduardo Valdarnini), Alberto "Spadino" Anacleti (Giacomo Ferrara)
    The Italian television market is making its mark on the international community with creative and exhilarating shows that deviate from tradition. Demands from the global media landscape have prompted local content providers to step up their game. The Italian series breaking into the Netflix platform serve as just one example of this.
  • Season07 episode27 Trailer
    Events: Reports
    (April 29, 2016)
    Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYC Life Channel 25 (HD Ch 525) - With Alberto Zamperla An afternoon with the Italian founder of Coney Island's Luna Park. - With Jovanotti. t's back to school with Lorenzo Cherubini - Books. Italian Fascism's Empire Cinema: Stefano Albertini interviews Ruth Ben-Ghiat - Dolce Vita. Let's end with a sexy recipe from Rome: Bucatini Cacio e pepe. With Chef Luca Stefani. The narrating voice,by Antoinette La Vecchia. Tecipe supervision Virginia Di Falco. Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYC Life Channel 25 (HD Ch 525)
  • Season07 episode21 Trailer
    THIS WEEKEND on i-italyTV/ Enjoy a special episode dedicated to cinema and celebrities. Francine Segan meets F. Murray Abraham, Academy Award winner; John Patrick Shanley, playwright and film director; Micheal Tucker, actor and author; and Richard Pena, cinema critic and former program director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYC Life Channel 25 (HD Ch 525)
  • In an era where everything is connected, i-Italy is embracing other media in order to celebrate all things Italian in New York. With i-Italy|NY we are going from global to local, from the Net to the paper and even 'traditional' television. The first issue of our print magazine is available at the Eataly store and other selected locations around the City. Go and pick one—this month it's free! Than watch our TV show on NYC Life - Channel 25 NYC! We'll will premiere on Saturday, November 24 (11:00 pm) and Sunday, November 25 (1:00 pm). Channel 25 is available via Time Warner - Cablevision - Verizon Fios - Rcn - Comcast - Direct TV & On Air. See you there!
  • Op-Eds
    Judith Harris(December 07, 2011)
    “Blood and tears” was what Premier Mario Monti warned would be in store for angst- and debt-ridden Italy, and so it is, with a prime time TV turn thrown in for good measure. And by the way, those who thought Winston Churchill was the first to use this seminal phrase demanding sacrifice in the national interest are in the wrong. The first among the emulators (Theodore Roosevelt before Churchill) was none other than—appropriately for this 150th anniversary celebration of Italian unification—Giuseppe Garibaldi, who called upon the revolutionary nationalists in Rome on July 2, 1849, to offer up their “blood, toil, tears and sweat.”
  • Darrell Fusaro in some funny commercials
    Everyone’s familiar with nicknames. Mikey, Snookie, Noodles, The Situation. We’ve heard them all. But the ones given to you by your Italian-American friends? They always seem to carry more clout.