Italian Film Festival: Venice to Singapore 2015

The 12th Italian Film Festival returns with a selection of films from the 71st edition of the
Venice Film Festival. 
Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica, 1952)

A not to be missed programme including films such as: 
-  Leopardi (Il Giovane Favoloso), a film about the short life of the great Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi

-  Hungry Hearts, starring Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher, both winners of the Volpi Cup for Best Actor and Best Actress

-  Black Souls (Anime Nere), an Italian-French drama directed by Francesco Munzi

-  Italy in a Day, which includes clips from over 45,000 video submissions recorded in one day 

-  Umberto D., an iconic 1952 Italian neorealist film directed by Vittorio De Sica in which the majority of the cast includes amateur actors

-  A Special Day (Una Giornata Particolare), a very popular 1977 Italian film starring world famous actress Sophia Loren and actor Marcello Mastroianni

-  China is Near (La Cina è Vicina), a satire about the struggle for political power directed by Marco Bellocchio.

For the full programme and screening schedule:

The Italian Film Festival: Venice to Singapore 2015 is presented by the Italian Cultural Institute in collaboration with the Venice Biennale and in partnership with National
Museum of Singapore and Cathay Cineplexes, with the support of the Singapore Film

When:  8 to 15 April 2015
Where:  The Cathay Cineplex and National Museum of Singapore
Price:  $13/ticket  ($12 for Italian Cultural Institute members or SFS Members)
Bookings:  All Cathay Cineplexes and online at
Tickets to the films screened at the National Museum are available at:


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