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The Italian Film Festival 2011 will kick off on 1 March 2011

 

LONDON'S ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2011

1 - 6 March 2011

 

The Italian Film Festival 2011 will kick off on 1 March 2011 with a concert at London's Cadogan Hall by Nicola Piovani, winner of the Academy Award for the score of Roberto Benigni's Life Is Beautiful in 1998. The festival, due to become an annual event, is organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in London and Cinecittà Luce in Rome. The festival's programme includes ten new Italian films: a selection of eight titles made by Italian film critic Irene Bignardi and a special choice of two by Adrian Wootton of Film London. The screenings at Ciné Lumière will be followed by Q&A sessions with directors and actors.

The event will offer an opportunity for London audiences to see Italian films most of which have yet to be screened in the UK, and a rare opportunity for British film distributors to catch up with brand new, cutting edge Italian cinema. The festival will continue in March at the Italian Cultural Institute with a tribute to Federico Fellini and Mario Monicelli and a series of screenings focused on film and food.

Click here for full screening details.

VENUE AND BOX OFFICE INFORMATION

Opening Venue:
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace,
London
SW1X 9DQ

Tickets: £30, £26, £22, £18
Booking information: 020 7730 4500 / www.cadoganhall.com

Special thanks to
ALITALIA

Screenings 2 - 6 March:
Ciné Lumière
17 Queensbury Place,
London
SW7 2DT
Tickets £7 - £9
Booking information: 020 7073 1350 / www.institut-francais.org.uk

For more information on the festival: www.italianfilmfestival.co.uk

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