Summer Outdoor Italian Film Festival The magic of Italian Cinema in Little Italy Every Saturday night, all summer, 8 pm

Mar 18, 2014 986

This summer, 12 Italian Films with English subtitles, will be screened outdoors in San Diego's Little Italy—every Saturday night, at 8 pm, in the Amphitheater of Amici Park—Date and State streets.

Presented by the Little Italy Association and Cinema Little Italy, the Festival will screen entertaining, recent and classic films, that have not been widely been seen in the United States. Festival Director, Giuseppe Annino, said, "The Festival is our way of bringing the community together to share an understanding and appreciation of Italian culture, through its world-famous cinema."

The Festival kicks off on June 14, with, Passione, John Turturro's wonderful Neopolitan musical journey. This is followed by mysteries, heartfelt stories, and, then, Il Divo, a film of political intrigue.

Then, on Saturday, September 13, there will be a dinner party, Cin Cin Cinema, at the new Convivio Center in Little Italy.

The Program—films every Saturday night, all summer, Amici Park, 8 pm

June 14, 2014 Passione John Turturro
June 21, 2014 I'm Not Scared Gabriele Salvatores
June 28, 2014 Investigation of a citizen above suspicion Elio Petri
July 5, 2014 The unknown woman Giuseppe Tornatore
July 12, 2014 The ideal city Luigi Lo Cascio
July 19, 2014 The first snowfall Andrea Segre
July 26, 2014 We can do it Giulio Manfredonia
August 2, 2014 Azzurro Denis Rabaglia
August 9, 2014 Terraferma Emanuele Crialese
August 16, 2014 Magnificent Presence Ferzan Ozpetek
August 23, 2014 Everybody's Fine Giuseppe Tornatore
August 30, 2014 Il Divo Paolo Sorrentino

Film Tickets $5 contribution at the door. Just email to tell us that you're planning to come.

Film descriptions and film trailers, go to: - Contact: [email protected]

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