In-person CINEFORUM • La Mia Classe

Sunday, October 9, 2022 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. at Sentieri Italiani La Mia Classe My Class Directed by Daniele Gaglianone   La Mia Classe blurs the lines between fact and fiction and director Daniele Gaglianone has created a film within a film. He provides insights into the protagonists’ lives that… Continue reading

Exploring Italy Through Cinema • Milan

Since its origins at the beginning of the last century, Italian cinema has developed a strong link between the representation of its national territory and the definition of its national identity. From the end of World War II onwards, Italy has witnessed a major urban development that has considerably modified… Continue reading

Exploring Cinematic Rome

Sentieri, in partnership with Italiaidea – Rome, presents Cinematic Rome Sunday, January 24, 2021 @ 12:00–1:30 p.m. Since the era of silent films, Rome has provided filmmakers with spectacular sets as well as beautiful scenery. As cinema became more and more popular, the image of Rome — with its famous… Continue reading

Cine-ZOOM #2 • September 27th • Capri-Revolution

Capri-Revolution Directed by Mario Martone   Italian director Mario Martone drew inspiration from a commune of artist-radicals that took up residence on the sun-kissed southern isle in the early 20th century. Picture a cult-like group of young people prancing naked on the rocks overlooking the Mediterranean and you have an… Continue reading

A bit about the Italian actress, Paola Cortellesi

Italian film Scusate se esisto brings out controversial themes such as gender roles.  Architect Serena Bruna works at a restaurant in Rome.  After discovering a new architectural renovation project that she could work on, she happily threw in a bid.  However, in this male dominated field, taking on this project… Continue reading

Cineforum: Scusate se Esisto

Cineforum at Sentieri

SCUSATE SE ESISTO Serena, a brilliant architect living in London, becomes homesick and decides to return to Italy. The situation in Italy however, is not what she expected. Working odd design jobs and as a waitress in Rome, she finds an architectural renovation project that she wants to bid on. In a field dominated… Continue reading