Camilla Cormanni: “That’s How Luce Cinecittà Promotes Italian Cinema Around the Globe”

Cinema Italia celebrated its fifth anniversary on April 22, bringing the best of Dino Risi to San Francisco. Once again, for one entire day, the Castro Theatre welcomed Italian cinema lovers, who watched four movies and enjoyed the Commedia all'Italiana Party at the Mezzanine.  ...

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