Dove è il teatro di film?
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Dove è il teatro di film?

Film Festival for Footwear Figured Field
This mid-week ushers in the Toronto Italian Film Festival at the Bloor Cinema. In its eigth year, the festival seems to get better every year, with a nice diversity of films to check out. This year, they are featuring a “De Sica Trilogy:” three generations of De Sica filmmakers. This includes Multi-Award winner Vittorio De Sica, son Christian De Sica and grandson Brando De Sica with a Canadian film premier. Christian De Sica was involved in some of the biggest grossing comedies ever to come out of Italy.
Other films include Partigiano Johnny a World War II film, the obligatory love story: A Journey Called Love, and the period film Masaniello. Luckily, a number of the directors will be at the screenings.
There are two film screened each evening from June 8 to the 11, with a block of shorts showing Sunday afternoon at 4:30. Tickets are a mere $8, and I’m sure the films are better than any Vaughniston BreakUp movie. Further, before (or after) you see a film, head a major block south to College and the Littly Italy strip for some delicious tiramisù, sfogliatelle and a nice evening espresso.
For more information, check out The Italian Film Festival.
[image: L’Oro Di Napoli – Google Images]