The Italian Cultural Institute of New York and New Italian Cinema Events of Florence present the N.I.C.E Film Festival, 10-13 November 2011 at Anthology Film Archives. The four-day Festival is dedicated to bringing Italy's newest directors and films to New York City audiences and celebrating the country's rich cinematic tradition.
Italy in 2010 was the biggest exporter of wine in the United States, the largest market worldwide both in terms of volume and value. Vinitaly in the World analyzes the keys to this success and how it can be maintained finding ways to innovate, taking advantage of opportunities arising from new technologies and trends.
The Italian American Writers Association and NYU's Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò celebrate IAWA's (The Italian American Writers Association) 20th Anniversary on Thursday, Sept. 15 with the bilingual reading of virtuoso poetry.
Six Italians out of ten can't resist their attraction to historical villages, unique vacation spots, but, most of all, local food. So they do not miss any opportunity to crowd sagre (food & folk festivals) and open air markets that take place during religious holidays, historical anniversaries but mostly that feature a specific local product that is in season or tasty local cuisine.
A small town's mayor, Roberto Avogadro, is getting rid of the statue of one of Italy's greatest actor simply because he was from a different part (the south) of the country. The decision has provoked many who see this as a threat to the unity of the peninsula.