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  • Paying homage to an Italian great, Cinema Italia San Francisco, in collaboration with Luce Cinecittà, the Italian Cultural Institute of SF, the Consulate General of Italy, The Leonardo da Vinci Society, and the Jan & Maria Manetti Shrem Museum, will be presenting Michelangelo Antonioni’s films at the Castro Theatre April, 28.
  • Events: Reports
    A. V.(May 20, 2015)
    A photographic exhibition of 30 rare images (30x40” B/W and color prints) of Michelangelo Antonioni, during the shooting of one of his last documentaries (Sicily, 1997).
  • Starting on May 22, and ending on the 31, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents an all-Italian film series: Titanus, A Family Chronicle of Italian Cinema. Featuring works by filmmakers like Federico Fellini, Vittorio De Seta, Michelangelo Antonioni, Ermanno Olmi, Dario Argento, Vittorio De Sica, and Mario Monicelli, among others, the series focuses mainly on the films produced at Titanus from the late ’40s to the early ’60s.
  • Remembering Suso Cecchi D'Amico and Mario Monicelli
    The talented and beloved screenwriter Suso Cecchi D'Amico remembered at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò. A documentary, a round table and a screening of Big Deal On Madonna Street, one of Mario Monicelli's masterpieces. Also announced - by Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini - an event in January during the visit of the Cardinal of Naples Crescenzio Sepe in New York: Casa Italiana will host a conversation between the Cardinal and John Turturro about the representation of Naples in films. Stay tuned
  • Italian cinema between New York and Naples will be presented at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) and Lincoln Center. Also announced - by Antonio Monda and Davide Azzolini - an event in January during Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe's New York visit about Cinema and the communication of the Neapolitan image. Stay tuned
  • Returning emigrant in Michelangelo Antonioni's L'Avventura
    Art & Culture
    Joey Skee(May 09, 2009)
    Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1960 film "L’avventura" provides a cinematic voyage back to Italy.