The World Saved by Kids and Other Epics

Friday, October 19, 2018 at 6 PM – 9 PM Lookout Cafe

Poet and translator Cristina Viti will read from her translation of Elsa Morante’s The World Saved by Kids.

First published in Italian in 1968, The World Saved by Kids was written in the aftermath of deep personal change and in the context of what Elsa Morante called the “great youth movement exploding against the funereal machinations of the organized contemporary world.”
Morante believed that it was only the youth who could truly hear her revolutionary call. With the fiftieth anniversary of the tumultuous events of 1968 approaching, there couldn’t be a more timely moment for this first English translation of Morante’s work to appear.

Charity Lunch at Casanova’s Sun 29 Sept 1 PM

This year the Italian Film Festival Cardiff is taking place on 16-18 November and our friends and sponsors at Casanova’s have generously agreed to host a Charity Lunch on 30th September to help us raise some money for the Festival.
All proceedings from the lunch will go to the ICCW to cover costs of the Festival.

If you would like have a fab meal at a very fair price in one of the top restaurants in Cardiff and at the same time help us with funding our rich festival programme, please call Casanova’s Restaurant on 029 20344044 and book before it’s too late!

Danilo Balducci. The Invisible Line of Migration

Thursday, October 4, 2018 at 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM

Glamorgan Council Chamber,  Cardiff University

This is a unique opportunity to meet leading international photographer, photo journalists and documentary photographer Danilo Balducci.  His recent work focuses on migration and its contemporary routes. The event will include the projection of two short films and a selection of photographic material, accompanied by a discussion with the author. Further details can be found here:

https://www.facebook.com/danilobalducciphotography

We are hosting this event in partnership with the School of Modern Languages at University of Cardiff.

8½ Fellini @ Penarth Pier Pavilion 11 October

In association with  Snowcat Cinema  official partner of Italian Film Festival Cardiff 2018

Thursday, October 11, 8:00 PM 10:30 PM  @ Penarth Pier Pavilion

Fellini’s 8 1/2 tells the story of a film director trapped in a creative cul-de-sac. It’s surreal style, icy-cool atmosphere and crisp monochrome cinematography have led to wide regard as one of the finest works of avant-garde film-making and a true masterpiece of world cinema.

Advance tickets £7.50 / £6 (conc) – door sales +50p

7pm doors for 8pm start.

Snowcat Cinema does not screen adverts before the feature.  There are usually one or two trailers for films that will be shown soon but we encourage people to arrive promptly for the advertised start time.

Refunds will only be provided if the screening does not go ahead.

Alla ribalta! Theatre Workshop

The ICCW has organised a theatre workshop in Italian for children: four meetings from the  end of September to the beginning  of December.

The workshop is led  by teacher, actress and musician Alice Muzzioli.

The children will create a story, write the script and invent the scenic realisation by bringing into play a variety of artistic and linguistic skills. All this in a playful and fun group atmosphere, completely immersed in the Italian language.
The workshop is designed for children and young people aged between 6 and 13 years. It will be held in Chapter on the following dates from 15.00 to 17:00:

Saturday 29/09;  Saturday 13/10 ; Saturday 10/11; Saturday 01/12