Michelangelo Antonioni once summed up his filmmaking philosophy in one sentence: “I’m looking for traces of feeling in men.” In women, too. From Gabriele Ferzetti and Monica Vitti searching for their missing friend (and their own souls) along the Mediterranean in “L’Avventura” to David Hemmings’ photographer who might have uncovered a murder within...

Dal 26 al 29 aprile sarà presente nella Città di Copertino una delegazione della città gemella americana ovvero Cupertino (California). Saranno presenti: Mr. Darcy Paul, Sindaco di Cupertino; Mr. Gilbert Wong, Membro del Cda del De Anza College di Cupertino e già sindaco della citta; Mr. Fabrizio Vitagliano, Mr. Fabrizio Vitagliano Imprenditore e m...

Italian Studies students Sarina Welsh and Elle Berti have been awarded with Chapman Italian Studies Council Travel Class Grants in support of their participation in the upcoming summer immersion course in Taormina, Sicily. This award is named after the philanthropic group that has supported the development and outreach activity of CU’s Italian Stud...

A new food-lovers paradise coming to the heart of Little Italy has announced its full lineup of locally-driven restaurants that will be featured when the concept opens this summer.  The Little Italy Food Hall (LIFH) is described as a social dining space set to open next to the 11,000-square-foot Piazza della Famiglia on West Date Street between Ind...

Renato Sardo will present an illustrated lecture on the beautiful region of Piemonte and its famous Slow Food movement, with wine-and-cheese pairings. Learn the very Piemontese story of Slow Food, a grassroots organization founded in 1986 to oppose the opening of a MacDonald’s near the Spanish Steps in Rome, which has grown into a global movement t...

In 1918, Philippe's fortuitously invented the French Dip in Los Angeles. Or in a totally different year, it happened totally differently at Cole's. What is considerably less in dispute is the origin of the Italian dip. That goes to Pirolo's Panino, a new Italian sandwich shop from James Beard semifinalist Michael Pirolo of Miami's Macchialina. It o...

When: Sunday 04/29/2018 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm - Where: Museo Italo Americano, Fort Mason Center 2 Marina Blvd., Building C, San Francisco, CA 94123 - Info: Museo Members $10 | non-members $ 15 - RSVP below or to (415) 673-2200 or info@sfmuseo.org PizziCali, a Bay Area Italian folk band, consisting of Mario Di Dio – guitar and vocals, Viola Pelleg...

We’re bringing the Italian Experience to you — celebrate the culture, cuisine and wines of Italy with the International Culinary Center and Airbnb in California this May! Love the vibrant traditions of Italy’s treasured cuisine? Join us to learn about authentic Italian food, wine, ingredients, and culture from experts in the Italian community inclu...

Cinema Italia keeps its Spring tradition alive with a five-film retrospective on Michelangelo Antonioni. The one-day program, co-curated by Luce Cinecittà and The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, is meant to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the passing of one of the most known Italian directors. The Castro Theatre will be, once again, the...

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures designed by Italian starchitect Renzo Piano is to open its doors to the public in Los Angeles in 2019. The museum is dedicated to the Hollywood dream factory past, present and future. "I have built a lot of museums, but this is really special," said Piano at the New York presentation attended by director Kerry...