(ANSA) – Rome, June 14 – The films that are part of the latest program will be shown from June 15-22 in different cities of New Zealand at the sixth edition of the Studio Italia Italian Film Festival, organized with the contribution and support of the Italian Cultural Institute in Sydney. Curated by Artistic Director Paulo Rotondo, the festival will present a collection of 20 films in cinemas on two New Zealand islands in Dunedin, Napier, Arrowtown, Nelson, Masterton, Palmerston North, Taupo, Matakana, The Bridgeway Auckland, Monterey Takapuna Christchurch, Wellington, New Plymouth, Building Capitol, Silky Outer, Tauranga, Havelock North, Whakatane, Waiheke Island. The festival program combines contemporary productions with some classic masterpieces of Italian cinema. The institute will present two in particular: Il gattopardo (1963), directed by Luchino Visconti, and La ciociara (1960), directed by Vittorio De Sica. “The Studio Italia Italian Film Festival in New Zealand – Emphasizing the Promoters – aims to highlight and strengthen the strong cultural ties between Italy and New Zealand.” (handle).
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