Tag Archives: Film

Italian film showing today: La pazza gioia / Like Crazy (Paolo Virzì, 2016)

Italian flag

The Italian film, La pazza gioia / Like Crazy (Paolo Virzì, 2016) (111 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 20th March 2017. Review, introduction and discussion by Leonardo Provvedi. All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. This is the last film of the season, so the discussion will take place over nibbles and drinks. You can bring some finger food or something to drink, but it is not a must because there is always plenty to go round. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Smetto quando voglio / I Can Quit Whenever I Want (Sidney Sibilia, 2014)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Smetto quando voglio / I Can Quit Whenever I Want (Sidney Sibilia, 2014) (95 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 13th March 2017. Review, introduction and discussion via Skype by Dr Emilio Audissino (Postgraduate Research Student in Film at the University of Southampton). All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Nessuno mi può giudicare / Nobody Can Judge Me (Massimiliano Bruno, 2011)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Nessuno mi può giudicare / Nobody Can Judge Me (Massimiliano Bruno, 2011) (93 minutes, Italian subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 6th March 2017. Review, introduction and discussion by Anita Idigbo and Carla Ringland-Mendez (Final year BA Modern Languages students in Spanish, French and Italian). All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Caravaggio (Angelo Longoni, 2007)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Caravaggio (Angelo Longoni, 2007) (129 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 27th February 2017. Review, introduction and discussion Paola Visconti. All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Loro chi? / Them Who? (Francesco Micciché e Fabio Bonifacci, 2015)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Loro chi? / Them Who? (Francesco Micciché e Fabio Bonifacci, 2015) (95 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 20th February 2017. Review, introduction and discussion Paola Visconti. All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on Vimeo. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: I cento passi / One Hundred Steps (Marco Tullio Giordana, 2000)

Italian flag

The Italian film, I cento passi / One Hundred Steps (Marco Tullio Giordana, 2000) (114 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 13th February 2017. Review, introduction and discussion Emanuela Venditti (Graduate from “Sapienza” University of Rome (Linguistics)). All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Perfetti sconosciuti / Perfect Strangers (Paolo Genovese, 2016)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Perfetti sconosciuti / Perfect Strangers (Paolo Genovese, 2016) (97 minutes, English subtitles) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 6th February 2017. Review, introduction and discussion by by Suad Abdel Aziz Rodriguez (final year BA Modern Languages student in Spanish, French and Italian). All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Tre fratelli / Three Brothers (Francesco Rosi, 1981)

Italian flag

The Italian film, Tre fratelli / Three Brothers (Francesco Rosi, 1981) (107 minutes, subtitles in English) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 30th January 2017. Review, introduction and discussion by Paola Visconti. All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News

MeXsu film screening and seminar: “Hip Hop Revolución” (Documentary)

Mexsu

The next Centre for Mexico-Southampton Collaboration (MeXsu) event will be a film screening and seminar, hosted jointly with the Department of Film, which will take place from 5:15-7:00pm on Wednesday 1st February 2017, in Lecture Theatre C, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The seminar is entitled “Hip Hop Revolución” (Documentary, Alborada Films, 60 mins, 2015) and will be presented by the documentary director, Pablo Navarrete. All welcome!

Here is the abstract for this seminar:
British activist Jody McIntyre travels to Venezuela with UK-Iraqi rapper Lowkey to spend time with ‘Hip Hop Revolución’, a dynamic collective of musical revolutionaries. They witness their inspiring grassroots work and share music and ideas, exploring the cultural and political changes taking place in the country. At its heart, this film is about the power of music, community and the spirit of rebellion.

Pablo Navarrete will be joining us to discuss the film after the screening. He is a British-Chilean journalist and documentary filmmaker. He is the founder and editor of www.alborada.net, a website covering Latin America related issues such as politics, media and culture and is co-editor of Alborada Magazine. Besides directing acclaimed films and work for television, he has co-authored a book on Venezuelan politics and spoken and written on many occasions about Latin American political issues.

Posted in News

Italian film showing today: Il ricco, il povero e il maggiordomo / Riches, Poverty and a Faithful Butler

Italian flag

The Italian film, Il ricco, il povero e il maggiordomo / Riches, Poverty and a Faithful Butler (Aldo Baglio, Giovanni Storti, Giacomo Poretti e Morgan Bertacca, 2014) (98 minutes, subtitles in Italian) will be showing in Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, at 6.30pm on Monday 28th November 2016. Review, introduction and discussion by Paola Visconti. This is the last film of the season, so discussion will take place over nibbles and drinks. You can bring some finger food/drinks but it is not a must. All welcome! The trailer for this film can be viewed on YouTube. Read more…

Posted in News