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Settimana della lingua italiana nel mondo - XVII edizione Le parole sono importanti. Nanni Moretti e la lingua italiana

Date:

10/17/2017


Settimana della lingua italiana nel mondo - XVII edizione  Le parole sono importanti. Nanni Moretti e la lingua italiana

Italian Director Nanni Moretti and Giuseppe Antonelli, university professor, discuss about the importance of linguistic choices in the director’s films.

La Settimana della lingua italiana nel mondo is under the High Patronage of the President of the Italian Republic.

 

Nanni Moretti is an Italian film-maker and actor, living in Rome. His long and successful career started in 1973, when he directed his first film, and since then he has been the recipient of several Film Awards like the Silver Lion at the 38th Venice Film Festival for Sweet Dreams (Sogni d’Oro, 1981), the Silver Bear – Special Jury Prize at the 36th Berlin International Film Festival for The Mass Is Ended (La Messa e’ Finita, 1985) as well as Best Director for Dear Diary (Caro Diario, 1993) at the 1994 Film Festival at Cannes, where, in 2001 he was awarded the Palme d'Or for The Son’s Room (La Stanza del Figlio). His latest film, Mia Madre, had great succes in US movie theaters.

Giuseppe Antonelli teaches Italian Linguistics at the University of Cassino, Italy. He writes for a number of newspapers and websites such as Corriere della Sera and Treccani.it (on their portal dedicated to Italian language). He was the anchorman of a radio show called “La Lingua Batte” on Radio Tre and since 2015 he has been telling the story of Italian words during the RAI 3 TV show “Il Kilimangiaro.” In 2003 his novel Trenità (Pequod) was nominated for the Premio Strega.

The event will be in Italian

Information

Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Time: From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

Organized by : ICI

Entrance : Free

The event is now full. We are not accepting any more reservations. Thank you.


Location:

Italian Cultural Institute of New York

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