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  • It begins with a quote from Arthur Miller: “It doesn’t exist, America. It’s a name you give to an abstract idea.” Antonio Monda, author of the novel L’America Non Esiste [America Does Not Exist] has lived in New York since the early ‘90s and today is a successful writer and professor at New York University. His book describes an America that unites and divides, an imaginary America, one imagined by each of us, written in lively and compelling prose.
  • Created by Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini, the itinerant literary and cultural festival takes place between New York and Capri and brings together international writers, journalists and intellectuals to discuss challenging topics and the art of writing.
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    This 1963 historical drama by Mario Monicelli, brimming with humor and honesty, is a respectful and candid ode to the power of the people, and features engaging, naturalistic performances by the likes of Marcello Mastroianni and Renato Salvatori. It is a docudrama with a slight comedic edge that was “a box office failure and Monicelli blamed himself for it,” Professor Antonio Monda (NYU) said at the screening of the film at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò.
  • The Italian Cultural Institute, in collaboration with 41º Parallelo, paid homage to the memory of the great Neapolitan film producer holding a round table with the participation of Scott Foundas, associate program director at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, AntonioMonda, film critic and professor at New York University and Francesco Zippel, filmmaker.
  • Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò presented the 2011 edition of "Le Conversazioni - Scrittori a Confronto", the international literary festival curated by Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini that has brought Anglo-American intellectuals to Capri since 2007
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    Benedetta Grasso(October 22, 2010)
    At the Italian Cultural Institute, during the event “Lezioni Americane: Libri Come” Nathan Englander and Antonio Monda discussed the author’s approach to writing as well as upcoming projects
  • From June 3 to 10, Lincoln Center hosted a film festival of movies made in Italy: it was completely sold out. But what do Italian directors think about their cinema? A highly attended debate took place at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU).