Stockholm and Copenhagen welcome Cinema Made in Italy for the first time
Camillo De Marco (Cineuropa)
Scandinavia is about to host an exciting new Italian film event. 27 April sees the start of Cinema Made in Italy
– Stockholm, a special rendezvous organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà with support from the Italian Culture Institute in Stockholm and ICE Italian Trade Agency. Running until 30 April at the Saga Cinema, the gathering brings some of the very best recent Italian productions to Sweden, where they will have their local premieres, accompanied by their directors and a number of actors from the movies.
The selected titles are Like Crazy
by Paolo Virzì
, Perfect Strangers
by Paolo Genovese
, I Was a Dreamer
by Michele Vannucci
, Quo vado?
by Gennaro Nunziante
, I Can Quit Whenever I Want
and its sequel I Can Quit Whenever I Want 2
by Sydney Sibilia
, and Italian Race
by Matteo Rovere
Then, from 30 April-1 May, Cinema Made in Italy will shift to Denmark, beckoning audiences to Copenhagen’s Grand Teatret. Besides the aforementioned Like Crazy
, Quo vado?
and Italian Race
, the other films that have been selected are Sweet Dreams
by Marco Bellocchio
, The War of Bumpkins
by Davide Barletti
and Lorenzo Conte
, Latin Lover
by Cristina Comencini
, and The Last Things
by Irene Dionisio
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