Live from L.A. Italia Film Fest

Michael Madsen and Pascal Vicedomini. Ph courtesy of L.A. Italia

LOS ANGELES. It’s proceeding with great success the 2016 L.A. Italia Film Fest, created by journalist Pascal Vicedomini, which is promoting the new Italian cinema in Hollywood. The 5th day of screening is opening with an homage to Ettore Scola and it will be concluded with an homage to the Italian composer Ennio Morricone which  is nominated at the Oscars for best original score for Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight.

The Translator – 2016

Important note for the World premiere of the film The translator, directed by Massimo Natale and produced by Inthel film: Andrei’s tutor puts him in touch with a friend who wants to translate the diary of her German husband who recently died. With this delicate task Andrei is thrown into a world of which he did not dare to dream. Two distant cultures come together, joined in a mystery that leads to burning passion.

Here is the full program of the day:
11:30pm Celebrating the iconic director Ettore Scola – Special Screening
Ridendo e Scherzando: A Portrait of an “Italian-Style” Director (81 min – dir. Paola and Silvia Scola)
1:15pm What a Beautiful Surprise! (91 min – dir Alessandro Genovesi)
3:00pm Short Land Sharks (20 min – dir. Quintin Bell)
The director and producer Nic Coppola will attend the screening
3:45pm According to Mario Martone – Special Screening
Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician (108 min- dir. Mario Martone)
The director will attend the screening
6:00pm World Premiere – The Translator (90 min – dir. Massimo Natale)
The director and the producer Giampietro Preziosa will attend the screening
7:45pm Belli di papà (100 min – dir. Guido Chiesa)
9:45pm Honoring the Italian Composer Ennio Morricone – Special Screening
The Mission (125 min – dir. Roland Joffè)

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