ITALIAN CINEMA LONDON
    
TERRAMATTA
Terramatta
by Costanza Quatriglio, 75'.
The Italian twentieth century through the words of Vincenzo Rabito, a Sicilian illiterate. Thousands of pages tightly written in an imaginary language to bear witness to a century of wars, misfortunes, and redemption. [...] read more
THE TRIPLET
Il gemello
by Vincenzo Marra
Raffaele has been living in the penitentiary of Secondigliano (Naples) since he was fifteen. He shares a cell with Gennaro, sentenced to life, and communicates with Niko, the head of the prison. [...] read more
APOLITICS NOW!
Apolitics Now!
by Giuseppe Schillaci, 55'
Palermo, May 2012. Twelve candidates fighting for the election to city mayor in a climate of financial instability and political chaos. These candidates look for consensus and visibility by means of postmodern [...] read more
REFUGEES IN CINECITTÀ
Profughi a Cinecittà
by Marco Bertozzi, 72'
The transformation of the legendary Cinecittà studios in the years between 1943 and 1950 - from the Nazi occupation to the rise of the so-called 'Hollywood on the Tiber'. After more than sixty years, this is an outstanding [...] read more
CLOSED SEA
Mare chiuso
by Stefano Liberti nd Andrea Segre, 60'
Between May 2009 and September 2010, following the agreements between Gheddafi and Berlusconi, over 2000 African migrants are caught in the Mediterranean and sent back to Libya. [...] read more
BEAUTIFUL THINGS
Le cose belle
by Agostino Ferrente and Giovanni Piperno, 80'
This film tells the true story of the strain and beauty of growing up in the South: thirteen years in the lives of Adele, Enzo,Fabio and Silvana. [...] read more
I DONT'T SPEAK VERY GOOD...
I don't speak very good, I dance better
by Maged El-Mahedy, 80'
Maged leaves Italy and returns to Egypt to take care of his sister who is suffering from hepatitis. There he finds the revolution: involved in the protests of Tahrir Square, he gathers the testimony of the protesters and [...] read more
EU013, THE LAST FRONTIER
EU013, L'ultima frontiera
by Alessio Genovese, 62'
For the first time, a camera is allowed to enter the locales of an Identification and Expulsion Centre, a structure in which every year thousands of foreign citizens without a regular residency permit are detained. [...] read more
THE GHOSTS OF SAN BERILLO
I fantasmi di San Berillo
by Edoardo Morabito
Winner of the 'Italiana doc' section at Turin Film Festival last November, Edoardo Morabito's 'The Ghosts of San Berillo' tells the story of Catania's neighborhood of San Berillo [...] read more
Italian Cinema London is proud to present the first ItalianDocsOnline Festival #IDO14, a free interactive showcase of the best contemporary documentaries made in Italy.

The festival will shed a light on the real "Bel Paese": its politics, economics, lifestyle and culture and - from the 23rd February to the 9th of March - you will be able to watch it online on www.italiancinemalondon.com and on italiandocsonline.blogo.it

Watch the documentaries and vote your favourite. The most voted film will be shown in cinemas in London!
VENUE INFO


Crisp Road
Hammersmith
London W6 9RL

Box Office: 020 8237 1111
Reception: 020 8237 1000

The nearest tube station is Hammersmith, served by the Piccadilly,
District and Hammersmith & City lines.
The following buses stop at Hammersmith Broadway Bus Station:
9, 10, 27, 33, 72, 190, 209, 211, 220, 266, 267, 283, 295, 391, 419, H91

www.riversidestudios.co.uk

The Ritzy
Brixton Oval
Coldharbour Ln
London SW2 1JG

By Underground and Rail
A short walk from Brixton Underground Station (Victoria Line ) and 50 yards left from Brixton Railway Station.

By Bus
Accessible via bus with the following routes running directly near the cinema: 2, 3, 35, 45, 109, 118, 133, 159, 196, 250, 322, 345, 355, P4, P5, N2, N3, N35, N37, N109.

www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Ritzy_Picturehouse/
The event is kindly supported by



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Thanks to our friends, without them this festival wouldn't be happening:
Felicity James, Giulia Carcani, Richard Pardoe,
Fabrizio Consoli, David Savino Berno, Diego Pirrone,
Raffaella Giacomini, Michele Silletti