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United States: The “Filming in Italy” project that promotes Italian cinema to begin in Los Angeles in February

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01/19/2017


United States:  The “Filming in Italy” project that promotes Italian cinema to begin in Los Angeles in February

The first edition of the “Filming in Italy” project is due to begin on 6 February in Los Angeles. The event has been designed to promote Italy as a film setting, and stems from an agreement between Tiziana Rocca's Agnus Dei Production, the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles and its director, Valeria Rumori, and the Consulate General of Italy in Los Angeles. The first edition of the project is scheduled to take place from 6 to 8 February at the Italian Cultural Institute. Its aim is to present and promote Italy as a film location for foreign producers. One of the most important guests who will participate in the event is the film director Oliver Stone, a great admirer of Italy and which has often inspired his films. Mr. Stone will present his documentary "Ukraine on Fire" during an event curated by Variety. Among the attendees will also be Cecilia and Anthony Peck, who will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of their father, Gregory Peck. He of course was the unforgettable star of "Vacanze Romane" (Roman Holiday), a classic movie and the 'symbol' of "Filming in Italy". Riccardo Scamarcio, an actor, film director and producer, will represent Italy and take Stefano Mordini's "Pericle il nero" to the event. The Italian Cultural Institute, with the collaboration of the local ICE (Italy's Trade Agency), will host the exhibition "Grand Tour in Today's Italy", curated by the Centro Cinema Citta Cesena. It features a selection of photographs portraying regional Italian film sets from the 40s to date. The exhibition will be open to the public from 9 February to 26 May.


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