Italian Film Festival UK 2005

Forty Italian films touring the United Kingdom from April 8th to the 28th for the Italian Film Festival

Italian Film Festival UK 2005

It is the twelfth edition of theItalian Film Festival UK, a travelling showcase of Italian cinema throughout the United Kingdom from April 8th to the 28th, in some of Great Britain’s major cities - London, Edinburgh, Glasgow Dundee, Aberdeen and Manchester - Twenty-two titles of the most recent Italian productions, as well as Italian film classics and ten Shorts.
The showcase of non competing films was started by writers, Allan Hunter and Richard Mowe, and is organized by the Italian Cultural Institutes in London and Edinburgh with the active collaboration of Aip-filmitalia.
There are five programmed sections: Panorama, Documentaries, New Cinema, Retrospective and Shorts.


13 a tavola by Enrico Oldoini
Agata and the Storm by Silvio Soldini
L’amore ritorna by Sergio Rubini
Caterina goes to the Big City by Paolo Virzì
El Alamein by Enzo Monteleone
Radio Alice by Guido Chiesa
Break Free by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli
The Miracle by Eduardo Winspeare
First Love by Matteo Garrone

New Cinema

Children by Andrea e Antonio Frazzi
The Consequences of Love by Paolo Sorrentino
After Midnight by Davide Ferrario
My Brother-in-Law by Alessandro Piva
Pater Familias by Francesco Patierno
Private by Saverio Costanzo
Saimir by Francesco Munzi
Sulla mia pelle by Valerio Jalongo
Land Wind by Vincenzo Marra

Real Cinema

Appunti romani by Marco Bertozzi
Stones, Miracles and Oil by Gianfranco Pannone
A Particolar Silence by Stefano Rulli
Sogni di cuoio by Cesar Augusto Meneghetti and Elisabetta Pandimiglio


People of Rome by Ettore Scola
Dear Diary by Nanni Moretti
Quo Vadis? (1924) by Enrico Guazzoni
L'Onorevole Angelina (1947) by Luigi Zampa
The White Sheik (1951) by Federico Fellini
Poveri ma belli (1956) by Dino Risi
La notte brava (1959) by Mauro Bolognini
La decima vittima (1965) by Mauro Bolognini
C’eravamo tanto amati (1974) by Ettore Scola