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Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Chicago
500 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1450
Chicago, Illinois 60611, USA
Tel: 1 312-822-9545 
Fax: 1 312-822-9622
E-mail: iicchicago@esteri.it





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Cinema

-Screening of

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Screening of "Rome" ("Roma," 1972, 128 min), directed by Federico Fellini.

Fellini paints a portrait of Rome and of his relationship with the city in a documentary/fantasy. A fluid, unconnected procession of scenes detail the arrival of the young Fellini in the capital and illustrate, even grotesquely, the Rome of today and >>>

Literature

-Dante’s Political Theology

Saturday, May 02, 2015

Dante’s Political Theology

Dante’s Political Theology Presented by The University of Chicagoin conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Dante Society of America Saturday, May 2nd 2015Wieboldt Hall, Room 408 Elisa Brilli, Assistant Professor of Medieval Italian Literature, >>>

Cinema

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Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Screening of "Italian Movies" (2013, 99 min) by Matteo Pellegrini

One night in the television studios where a popular television series is produced, the cleaning crew, all immigrants, discover that the armoured door of the room where the camera is kept is open. One of them, Dilip, decides to “borrow” the camera and >>>

Sociology

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Thursday, May 07, 2015

"Galateo: Or the Rules of Polite Behavior"

"Galateo: Or the Rules of Polite Behavior" (University of Chicago Press, reprint edition October 2014) is a treatise on polite behavior written by Giovanni Della Casa (1503–56) for the benefit of his nephew, a young Florentine destined for greatness. In >>>

Cinema

-Screening of

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Screening of "Ginger and Fred" (1986, 125 min) by Federico Fellini

Imitators of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Pippo and Amelia achieved a fair amount of success at their music-hall act. Life then led them down different paths. Forty years later, they are reunited. She, a new widow, and he takes it one day at a time. >>>

 

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