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New York – Silent movies: Dante’s “Inferno” in the Big Apple

“L’inferno”, a silent film from the early 20th century by Francesco Bertolini, Giuseppe de Liguoro and Adolfo Padovan, produced by Milano Films, is the first full-length film in the history of Italian cinema. It was restored in 2011. The film will be shown, with a new musical score performed live by saxophonist and composer Marco Castelli, on 12 January at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York. Read more, in Italian.