Cinema Italy, the Italian Film Festival, celebrates ten years opening on October 4th. The dates are fast approaching on the tenth anniversary of Cinema Italy in Miami and the Beaches with Opening Night slated for October 4th with the opening film at the Regal Cinema South Beach followed by the opening party around the fabulous pool at the Delano Hotel. All new films will be screened at the Regal Cinema, corner of Alton and Lincoln rds., from the 4th to the 9th of October when the Festival will conclude with our signature Closing Night and Award Ceremony at Smith and Wollensky in South Point. There will be after parties in the hottest clubs as well as many other events and screenings, for more information please visit www.cinemaitaly.com often as the information will be updated on a daily basis. You can also contact the Festival organizers at 305-864-0101 . www.cinemaitaly.com Monthly Screening at Cinefest
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Special Events during the month of SEPTEMBER 2012
66 Courtland Street SE, Suite 240
Atlanta, GA 30303
CineFest Film Theatre and Cinema Italy, The Atlanta Italian Film Festival, In collaboration with Georgia State University, the Societa Dante Alighieri and I Giovani Colti, the Georgia State Italian Club, are proud to invite you to the “Italian Film Series” for the third year running. This selection of film screenings will be held the last Thursday of each month at 5:00 pm at CineFest Theatre leading to the seventh Cinema Italy, Atlanta Italian Film Festival, which will be held in Spring 2013.
SEPTEMBER 27th, 5:00 p.m.
GENERAZIONE MILLE EURO (Generation 1,000 Euro)
On Thursday September 27 at 5:00pm we will be screening the film GENERAZIONE MILLE EURO (Generation 1,000 Euro) directed by Massimo Vernier this generational comedy stars Valentina Lodovini and Carolina Crescentini.
In Milan, Matteo is an underemployed physicist, giving the occasional lecture at a university while working at a PR firm where he knows he’ll be fired. Without his really trying, two women are attracted to him, a blond and a brunette. The blond is Angelica; they meet smoking on the office rooftop. To his surprise, she has clout in the company and soon has him flying off (with her) to make presentations. The brunette is Beatrice, a new flatmate, hoping for a teaching job in the national service. Angelica dangles a posting with her in Barcelona; Beatrice is simply Beatrice. Will Matteo figure
out what he wants – and decide before opportunity passes him by? IN ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.
Presented in Festivals ranging from France, the United Kingdom and China this film was an Official Selection of our Italian Film Festival in Miami and Atlanta 2010
Italy, 2009, Digital, 101 minutes, Italian with English subtitles, Not Rated, Comedy.
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66 Courtland Street SE, Suite 240 Atlanta, GA 30303
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