Italian Film Festival Near Your San Diego Home
If you live in San Diego and enjoy the art of film, you won’t want to miss the last few days of the 5th Annual San Diego Italian Film Festival. Running through Sunday, November 12th, this film festival can transport you right to the heart of Italy, while staying home in San Diego. Always enjoyable, some of the films will make you cry, others will cause you to laugh out loud, a lot. Many Italian films impassion and thrill their viewers. So don’t miss out! Come out to see one of the remaining 3 films and participate in accompanying festivities. A $5 donation is all that is suggested and along with the viewings, you’ll be treated to informative introductions to expand your understanding of why these Italian films are still influential in today’s movies-making industry. Other Italian activities may attract you also. The film schedule is as follows.
November 11 – L’uomo che verra’
The Man Who Will Come
In the fall of 1944, on the slopes of Monte Sole south of Bologna, fascism showed its face in one of the worst massacres on Italian soil.
November 12 – SDIFF 2011 Gala, Diciotto anni dopo
Eighteen years later
In this award-winning movie, two estranged brothers, traveling in a classically restored Morgan convertible, are obliged to deliver their father’s ashes to his hometown in Calabria.
For more information on the festival, including remaining events, click here, and, divertitevi!