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  • Stefano Albertini interviews Fred Plotkin at Casa Italiana All Photos by: Molly Engleman
    At New York University's Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Fred Plotkin hosted nearly half a dozen live interviews with some of the biggest names in the world of Italian Opera. Now, his series "Adventures in Italian Opera" is nearing the end of the 2017 season. For its season finale, Director of Casa Italiana Stefano Alberini interviewed Plotkin to recount the findings of such a successful series.
  • Io e Calliope, an exhibition by Ileana Florescu, consists of twelve works, each a double page of approximately twelve photographs with word balloons (some in Italian, others in English). Each work represents a fotoromanzo (literally a photo-novel) a popular magazine format born in Italy in the 1940's.
  • Open Roads New Italian Cinema has returned for its 14th year. One of the most popular annual programs held at Lincoln Center, it has served as the leading North American showcase of contemporary Italian cinema. This year's exceptionally strong and diverse edition, featuring many US premieres, highlighted the latest work from established veterans alongside promising new talents.
  • Valeria Golino in her director debut of "Honey (Miele)", based on Mauro Covavich's novel "A Nome Tuo", a drama about euthanasia. Irene is a young woman who helps terminal patients with assisted suicide, working under the name of Miele ("Honey"). The film will open in NYC on March 7th at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center.
  • On the occasion of the US Premiere of the performance of Rumore di Acque (Noises in the Waters) by Teatro delle Albe at La MaMa Theater, Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò presented a panel discussion with scholars and artists who analyzed Marco Martinelli's book, published by Bordighera Press and translated by Thomas Simpson, which is the source of a play that protests our indifference to the everyday reality of boats crowded with migrants that sink at sea
  • On display at NYU's Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò is Gianni Dessì's newest exhibit, "View/ Vista", an evocative collection of paintings which serve as the artist's reflection on his career, as well as a bold resurgence in New York. Learn more about the influence of his Roman education in fine arts, which imbues every inch of his canvases, as well as his subversion of convention in art.
  • At Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò Gesualdo Coggi played some of the most famous Verdi's operas, such as ‘Don Carlos,’ ‘Il Trovatore,’ ‘Rigoletto,’ ‘Aida’ and ‘Simon Boccanegra.’ The operas performed were those that Franz Liszt paraphrased and transcribed.
  • At Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo', the two visionaries talk about their lives, works and passion in a long discussion with Grazia d'Annunzio, US Special Projects Editor of Vogue Italia, and Eugenia Paulicelli, co-Director of the Concentration in Fashion Studies at the Graduate Center at CUNY.
  • NICE, New Italian Cinema Events, tributes this year's festival to actress Valeria Golino, an artist who contributed to make recent Italian cinema internationally known. At Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Golino talked about her career, movies and her directorial debut
  • Rumore di acque/1
    Italian theater has a strong tradition of social and political engagement and Martinelli's Teatro delle Albe is at the forefront of it. The writer and director was in New York to present one of his most celebrated pieces, Rumore di acque, a monologue on African immigration to Italy, and his non-school acting method that has captivated kids of all backgrounds.

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