Italian Film Club – New Calendar

Hello,

Here’s the new calendar for the Italian Film Club 2011-12. More details on the films to be posted soon!

ITALIAN FILM CLUB

Organized by the Italian Department at:

SELCS – School of European Languages, Culture and Society

From 13 October 2011 to 8 March 2012

Venue: Malet Place Eng 1.02

Time: Thursday 6pm-8pm

13 October 2011

Il signor Max (Mario Camerini, 1937)

27 October 2011

Il vedovo (Dino Risi, 1959)

17 November 2011

L’audace colpo dei soliti ignoti (Nanni Loy, 1960)

1 December 2011

Matrimonio all’italiana (Vittorio De Sica, 1964)

8 December 2011

C’eravamo tanto amati (Ettore Scola, 1974)

12 January 2012

Bello, onesto, emigrato Australia… (Luigi Zampa, 1971)

26 January 2012

Fantozzi (Luciano Salce, 1975)

9 February 2012

Scusate il ritardo (Massimo Troisi, 1982)

23 February 2012

Turné (Gabriele Salvatores, 1990)

8 March 2012

Caro diario (Nanni Moretti, 1993)

The movies will be in Italian with Italian or English subtitles and will be introduced by Dr Cristina Massaccesi (contact: c.massaccesi@ucl.ac.uk).

A special thanks to Francesco Massaccesi for his collaboration. 

Hope to see you all there!

Cristina

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3 Responses to Italian Film Club – New Calendar

  1. Francesca says:

    Do we have to be students at the UCL or is it open to everyone? The programme is very interesting.

  2. brightalian says:

    Ciao Cristina.
    Che bello scoprire questo blog e venire a sapere di un Italian Film Club all’UCL! Per vari motivi… Sono impegnato professionalmente nel cinema, a gennaio mi trasferisco a Brighton e… sono un ex studente Erasmus presso l’Italian Dept dell’UCL. Dilwyn Knox è stato il mio tutor! Spero di incontrarvi presto a una delle vostre serate. Un caro saluto, Gianfranco.

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