Cine Adarna goes, “buon giorno!”

Ahh, the smell of garlic and tomatoes…

Nope, the UP Film Institute is not giving a free spaghetti-buffet, but they and the Philippine-Italian Association are presenting an “ Italian cinema showcase of vintage and instant classics.

Schedule of screenings all for free at the UPFI Videotheque is as follows:

Mar 16 Fri
5 p.m. Ladri di biciclette (The Bicycle Thief) by Vittorio de Sica
7 p.m. Roma, citta’ aperta (Rome, Open City) by Roberto Rossellini

Mar 17 Sat
2 p.m. Francesco, giullare di Dio (Francis, God’s Jester) by Roberto Rossellini
5 p.m. Viaggio in Italia (Journey to Italy) by Roberto Rossellini
7 p.m. La Corsa dell’ innocente (Flight of the Innocent) by Carlo Carlei

Mar 23 Fri
5 p.m. Paisa’ (Paisan) by Roberto Rossellini
7 p.m. Il Postino (The Postman) by Michael Radford

Mar 24 Sat
2 p.m. Germania Anno Zero (Germany Year Zero) by Roberto Rossellini
5 p.m. I Vitelloni (The Young and the Passionate) by Federico Fellini
7 p.m. La Notte di S. Lorenzo (The Night of the Shooting Stars) by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

The UPFI Videotheque is on the second floor of Cine Adarna, which is located in the Diliman Campus of the University of the Philippines (across the Bahay ng Alumni). For more information, please call telephone numbers: 9818500 (UP Trunkline) local 4286, 4289; 9262722 (Telefax).

Author: Flori

… is virtually a free spirit who loves independent movies, literature, graphic novels, pop culture, music (especially indie rock and jazz), food, cooking, vintage fashion, and Alpha Males. Read more Flori melodrama on Short Term Effect .

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