Central European Italian film festival closed in Prague

(AGI) Prague, Dec 18 - MittelCinemaFest, the Central Europeantour of Italian cinema, has come to an end in Prague, aftervisiting Budapest, Krakow and Bratislava. The programmeincluded some of the most successful films of this season, likeSmetto Quando Voglio, La Mafia Uccide Solo d'Estate, IlCapitale Umano, Il Giovane Favoloso, In Grazia di Dio, AnimeNere and Piu' Buio di Mezzanotte. The latter was shown in theCzech capital in the presence of director Sebastiano Riso. Theevent focused on several current issues in Italy, such as youthemployment, job insecurity and relationships between parentsand their

(AGI) Prague, Dec 18 - MittelCinemaFest, the Central Europeantour of Italian cinema, has come to an end in Prague, aftervisiting Budapest, Krakow and Bratislava. The programmeincluded some of the most successful films of this season, likeSmetto Quando Voglio, La Mafia Uccide Solo d'Estate, IlCapitale Umano, Il Giovane Favoloso, In Grazia di Dio, AnimeNere and Piu' Buio di Mezzanotte. The latter was shown in theCzech capital in the presence of director Sebastiano Riso. Theevent focused on several current issues in Italy, such as youthemployment, job insecurity and relationships between parentsand their children. The 12th Central European Italian filmfestival visited the Czech Republic for the second time,organised by the Italian embassy, the Italian CulturalInstitute and the Luce Cinecitta' Institute, in collaborationwith the Italian-Czech Chamber of Commerce and Industry(CAMIC). . .