(VEE) THIRD WEEK OF ITALIAN CINEMA IN BUENOS AIRES

(VELINO) Roma, 1 Jun - The third Week of Italian Cinema will start on Thursday i...

(VELINO) Roma, 1 Jun - The third Week of Italian Cinema will start on Thursday in Buenos Aires. The Festival is organised by Istituto Luce-Cinecitta', INCAA, the Italian Trade Agency (ICE), the Italian Embassy and the Italian Institute of Culture in Buenos Aires. The twelve films that best represent Italian modern cinema and that have won awards at international festivals will be shown for the first time in Argentina. An important delegation of Italian filmmakers will attend the event, including directors Matteo Rovere, Alessio Rigo de Righi and Antonio Capuano, and actor Stefano Accorsi. They will present their latest productions. The festival will end on June 8. The films selected for the festival are: "Italian Race", by Matteo Rovere; "Don't be Bad", by Claudio Caligari; "Bagnoli Jungle", by Antonio Capuano; "Assolo", by Laura Morante; "An Italian Name", by Francesca Archibugi; "A Five Star Life", by Maria Sole Tognazzi; "Il solengo", by Alessio Rigo; "Arianna", by Carlo Lavagna; "Blood of My Blood", by Marco Bellocchio; "Le confessioni", by Roberto Ando'; "Quo vado?", by Gennaro Nunziante; and "They Call Me Jeeg", by Gabriele Mainetti. vel
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