Italian Film Club – 2013-14

Hello everyone!

The first two screenings of the new season of UCL’s Italian Film Club are fast approaching!

We will begin on Thursday 10th October with Pranzo di Ferragosto (Mid-August Lunch, Gianni Di Gregorio, 2008)

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It will be followed by Gianni e le donne (The Salt of Life, Gianni Di Gregorio, 2011) on Thursday 24th October.

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Please note that this year’s screenings will take place in Taviton (16) 432 at 6pm.

For directions to the venue, see: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps

For Guido Bonsaver’s review of Pranzo di Ferragosto (Sight and Sound), see: http://old.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/review/5083

 

…And for Peter Bradshaw’s review of Gianni e le donne (The Guardian), see: http://gu.com/p/3×623

Hope to see you there!

Cristina

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5 Responses to Italian Film Club – 2013-14

  1. Stephen Davies says:

    Hi Cristina,

    I am coming this Thursday evening to see Gianni e le donne. Can you tell whether the film is subtitled? And are the subtitles Italian or English?

    Many thanks,

    Stephen

  2. Manuela falcione says:

    Hi Cristina

    I’d like to join you for tonight screening of ‘Le Coccinelle – A Transsexual melodrama”, how does it work? I am not a UCL student, can I still go? How much is it? And what is the venue full address?i have never been there before.

    Thanks
    Manuela

    • Hi Manuela,

      The event is free of charge and open to everyone. Just come to the screening room at 6pm. The venue is in the SSEES (School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies) building on Taviton Street, number 16. The room is 432.

      Hope to see you there,
      Cristina

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